Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel
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... it last year, now had a stopover in Shanghai. Where we had to get off the plane with all our luggage, traverse the entire Shanghai airport, go through two more security scans and customs, before reaching the furthest gate in the airport. And they gave us 15 minutes to do it.
I don't think I have been this stressed out since the start of my trip last year. On top of the running with luggage and the waiting in line to discover I was lacking a form because ...
... lead you down some streets. Then lead you through the ceremony with a considerable mark up for the stupid Western Tourist
I slept on it and in the morning I was a lot more philosophical and this is my summary
1) Some Oscars need to be heading China's way soon because my two "friends" acting was amazing I had absolutely no suspicion when I left and for hours afterwards. From the stories online it does seem like I've been tricked by the best some ...
... we took an inexplicably kitsch ride through a tunnel under the river to Pudong - a section of city the size of Melbourne that sprung up in just 10 years. It's home to the 2nd tallest building in the world which shoots you to the 100th floor, nearly half a kilometre in the air at 10 metres per second. The view is limited by pollution but its still incredible. The building in progress next door is planned to be taller. We've sussed out some street food ...
... up. By this time there were a bunch of people around and they broke them up.
After the commotion, we continued talking and having a good time. While we were talking, 3 guys around our age sat down at the table next to us. I decided to sit down with them and see what they were up to for the night. They were cool guys. Two of them were from Holland and one was from Germany. They were more than happy to chat with me and we ended up hanging out the rest of the night. ...
... Center works. I might be overreacting a little, but that kind of thing just rubs me the wrong way, and it's becoming increasingly common as the days go by.
Wooh, glad all of that's off my chest. I know this was a bit of a departure from my usual, light-hearted posts, but I've been meaning to get these feelings of bleh out of my head for a while now so that I can focus on the positives. Also, this was a good way to experiment with formatting for future posts. That ...