Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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... at the three products and I noticed that the one I thought was the salt was actually some sort of detergent cake and the one I thought was the detergent was actually the salt. This clarified a lot as someone had left one of the detergent cakes inside the dishwasher. Once I knew where to put that it was obvious where the rinse agent went. All that was left were these mysterious salts. There was nowhere else on the door they could possibly go. The ...
... head out to some of the further-out attractions. Big thumbs up. *Fun Fact of the Day: Shanghai's population is expected to break 50 million by 2050, and in theory it will merge with neighbouring Nanjing to form a massive 'supercity' shortly after... ... I just read that the city has a population of 23.9 million?! 23.9 MILLION?! WHAT AM I EVEN DOING HERE?!?! BACK TO THE POINT. Wow, sorry. Back to the point: the Rock and Wood is just a fantastic little hostel tucked away in ...
... and have to spend 128RMB on foot massage. (But I must say the 20 year old chap was really good, he also gave me a good back massage, after I complained about my over achieve)
8. DO exercise before making a backpack trip. DON’T be lazy, it will get you no where except you have to carry more weight besides your < 10kg backpack.
9. DO take photos everywhere you ...
... 1.3 million sq metres…. where in the world is anything bigger?
Walking anywhere was a serious trek and with backpacks the walk from the platform to the metro was a marathon hike.
Shanghai has a mega metro system and as well as getting us from A-Z and everywhere in between it keeps us amused with the Chinglish announcements. Too many to mention but "prepare to get off on the lefter side" is one of our ...
... mind it as much as people randomly spitting on the street (something I have not really experienced before). In line to this, what I named the smell of Asia has followed me to Shanghai from Hong Kong. By this, I mean heavy smell of Asian food due to lack of ventilation. I didn't mind it as much as my previous trip to SEA though.
Apart from the French concession area (which I wanted to go, due to my interest in Korean history), I have visited all the tourist-y ...