Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel
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... it was time to go back to the hostel and pack!!
Our time in Shanghai has come to an end and again for the 3rd time, its time to move on! 4 days have definately been enough in this huge city! Its one of the best cities we have visited but is very busy and everything is always there in your face! And we can also now see why people would call it the shopping capital of the world!
Our next stop takes us to Xi'an where the Terracotta army is.
Nathan & India ...
... ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Take shots if you need them. Most parts of the world these days are quite safe to travel in, but different times of the year may bring on mosquitos infestation so malaria and dengue fever could be a factor. Tetanus shots, Gama globulin shots and possibly hepatitis shots are advisable. If you are a frequent traveler though, these shots are not really necessary.
... later. We line we hope to get on is closed now (Anna did warm about metro lines closing without warning) and it’s only 22h45. I decide to exit the metro rather than get back on the other line, just-in-case, but that’s not a good option. Whereas Beijing is built-up everywhere and there are shops and hotels everywhere, I’m in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by busy roads and a river and it’s dark! Talking to Lewys reassures me and we walk in the ...
... tour/bacation." But I made it through customs amid businessmen, foreign born Chinese, and tourist groups.
After picking up my luggage, I followed the small map Barry (my employer) made and emailed me. I walked through the doors of the airport, moved away from the crowd of just-arrived passengers and their excited families and friends, and towards a massive Burger King billboard where I met Barry. I told him in ...
... Well a Chinese man who speaks very little English and an American woman who has no clue where she needs to go is not the most ideal combination. But somehow my very limited Mandarin vocabulary and the taxi driver's abundant patience got us back to Green Court 2 (that's where I live). Thank goodness for silly games (like directing another student teacher walking down the street with her eyes closed) to practice ...