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... expecting a sort of Heinz ravioli can portion, i received a measly 6 pieces of ravioli. Gutted i was and consumed it within 2 Min's. I felt scammed beyond belief and i thought to myself, i just should of played it safe with a pizza. Luckily i still had the hotel mini bar to resort to if i became peckish later on.
The next day we did a bit of sight seeing around the city, did a bit of shopping spent what seemed like all my life in Marks and Spencer, then ...
... the sign says don't feed the bears. We also came across a cage of a vulture in which Sharon and Haiqi both informed me are known in Tibet for eating humans...ok...let's keep moving. Shortly after that, we saw a porcupine that a Chinese guy was throwing rocks at. Does he know that they can shoot their quills. I didn't want to stick around to find out but I wanted to a little bit just to solidify his stupidity. The other animals were incredible and it's impossible to ...
... all of the oil they put in the food here. I think when I get to my apartment I am going to find the nearest Walmart and buy a whole bunch of food to live on such as peanut butter, yogurt, oatmeal, crackers..all of the essentials. I still go out to eat once a day, but the quantity and quality isn't always the best. There is this one restaurant in Shanghai we have gone to 3 times, and I have ordered the same thing each time. It is rice noodles with shrimp ...
Chris, Cynthia and Heather belt out Disney tunes for the amusement of our guide Diana.
It's definitely one way to start a morning.
We drive to the Ohel Jewish Synagogue and learned how Shanghai was one of the only areas who opened their doors to Jewish refugees fleeing from the Nazi Facists. As a result, there was a pretty large Jewish population here. They had their own neighborhood, and intermarried in the city.
... kann man den Bereich gut ablaufen.
Das Klima selbst ist jetzt noch ein bisschen zu früh, um die volle Pracht der Bepflanzung zu genießen. Die vielen blätterlosen und systematisch angepflanzten Bäume lassen jedoch erahnen wie farbenfroh es hier in zwei Monaten aussehen wird. Momentane Attraktionen sind ein paar blühende Kirschenbäume. Um die wenigen Kirschenblüten drängeln sich unzählige Besucher, während man sich im Rest des ...
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