Naza International Youth Hostel
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... I took a picture I heard her squeal, “OH MY GOD! I HAVE TO TAKE A PICTURE!” then Leesa and Sadie both said in unison, “we just did too”... lol! tiiiight.... ;)
So far we have seen hardly ANY other Westerners... Literally we could count the number of tourists we’ve seen on 1 hand. We stepped out of the train station and found ourselves in the middle of a giant square surrounded by GIANT stadium sized TVS on sky scrapers all around us, and ...
... it out, I reply.
However, I have to admit, I stare at them too. There are so many people here that there's always someone doing something interesting. In the morning, there are small groups of people doing Tai Chi or other exercises in the square, with music, flags and sometimes swords flashing in the morning light, and in the evening, there are blong lines of middle aged people dancing together one behind the other to music bursting from giant ...
... Martha and the vandellas style. There are big group gatherings where they just dance in silence with the exact same moves -- apparently its a famous pop dance routine in china. And then, walking down the street one night, I came across two completely separate squares roads apart where couples were ballroom dancing to an old stereo in the middle. So cute. Oh, maybe the best though was an old guy listening to an iPod and ballroom dancing. By himself. Down a street. Casual. I ...
... enthusiastic "Ni Hao", if I have the 2 rmb down that the English language newspaper costs, he says goodbye with a heartfelt "bye, bye". And it took a while, but the rest is found. Includes beautiful crowd. It starts at bus 911. Which goes to the old town by the river, and the road runs through the streets of the former French Concession. Get off at the corner of Huaihai rd and Tianping rd, a short walk along prominent houses, and then turn right into the Hengshan park. ...
... guard if this was the place for the ferry. He said, no. They're closed and no tourist boats here. What?! And he didn't know which port we needed to go. Great (loaded with sarcasm there!). We were now frustrated and worried that we wouldn''t make our cruise. Jesse luckily had an email with Sammi's number and asked the driver to call for the specific location. We need to make the cruise. It was very tense as we waited for an answer...
A few minutes later, ...