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... we were detained and interrogated for two hours (and nearly missing our flight to Sydney) by some 20 heavily armed guards for arriving in Shanghai without a valid visa. I still recall David saying "Oh Weeeendy, don't worry. You are only in transit. It will all be fine..." Well, it wasn't and after being tossed out and onto the main airport road by the guards, we had to go through the same procedure again. It was a miracle we ...
... finished filling in forms and waiting in line we had plenty of opportunity to admire the amazing marble floors and period lights. The commercial heart of the city is full of huge designer shops but we gave those a miss and went into a four storey food hall that had every kind of foodstuff both Chinese and European - but most of all sweets of every sort. The top floors had restaurants with the longest queues for things ...
... half of what is expected at home.
We found Shanghai is an interesting city and pretty full on. Sometimes the view of the many apartment buildings makes me think of Surfers Paradise until I look across the road and see someone's undies drying on a tree. But then again I haven't been to Surfers during Schoolies.
Taking to the streets is always the best way to get to know a city and Shanghai ...
... br> Holly: Blank stare.
Two days later, Dad came up to visit Heth and I. He took us to lunch....at a Chinese place...said he wanted to show off how he had been practicing with his chopsticks. He then also wanted me to talk in Chinese to the waiter...who I'm pretty sure didn't speak Chinese...
Chinese food is no longer a viable food option for me...at least not for a little bit.
6. I'm going to have to face some things.
At the risk of ...
... can be gainsaid in any culture about mangoes.
For the uninitiated, "lilong" developments, perhaps the most distinctive facet of Shanghai's architectural heritage, are a fusion of Chinese courtyards and Western row houses, tall (four stories) residences, organized in a grid-like pattern with east-west and north-south lanes. Most developments are tucked away from the main thoroughfares, providing an intimate calm despite the urban hum just a few steps from ...