Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel
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... got the hang of it.
Also I think I found my favourite corner of Shanghai. I was walking along this bustling road and
then I saw to my right some Victorian styled lampposts leading onto a cobbled streets it was very strange contrast as I walked past all these new shopping malls and neon.
So I followed these lampposts and found this wonderfully quaint street tucked away in the centre of Shanghai ...
... when we decided that it was a good idea to move on the exact same day my parents arrived. We lugged their bags inside and I began the tour. "Well, this is the bed," I said, pointing at one of the boxes. We followed the sounds of hammers upstairs to find my roommates building their own beds and tables and unpacking their many, many boxes of clothes.
What a guy! What a guy! After 20 hours of travel, my dad built a sturdy Ikea ...
... Well how about an orchestra, opera singers, string quartet, dancing girls and a full scale Maori performance? And then finding you've still got 20 puddings to try? It was tough work, but nothing summed up our time in Shanghai better.
When we return to Shanghai, we'll be on our tour, which G Adventures has recently renamed to "China on a shoestring". With Alex away next weekend, I'm predicting a very different experience.
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... inducing trip to the 88th floor of the JinMao tower, or a drink on the 89th Floor, in the world's highest hotel bar, Cloud 9, confirms that the scale and ambition of Shanghai's expansion is faster and bigger than ever before. However, a stroll around the Yuyuan Gardens, is a rare glimpse of ancient Shanghai. These pretty maze like gardens, built by a son in the Pan family, Ming-dynasty to amuse his Father in his dotage, feature traditional buildings that look like the ...
... Anyways, I paid out the ass for a taxi (179 yuan, or $30) to get to Jiao Tong University where I was staying for 5 days.. Apparently I could've taken a metro for seven yuan, but we weren't told that. Anyways, once I got settled in the hotel, I went out for a walk with one of the guys there. Pretty much just got food, looked around, explored and whatnot. I was kind of just in shock that I was in China, so not much happened. I did go to a fast food restaurant called Kungfu, though, ...