Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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... We were trying to think about how we feel about Shanghai and I liken it to riding the motorbike - exhilarating, exhausting, scarey, and at times down right dangerous but even with all that it is an experience we will never forget and we have no regrets. When we get into a car I pray for safe travel and we just laugh at the ride as it really is just as thrilling as any theme park roller coaster ride. Years ago we experienced a scarey ride in LA in a yellow taxi, well these ...
... for a long time but not quite long enough for me to get a photo! She wriggled and jabbed me with her elbow more times than I could count. She then took her seat belt off during the landing and then pushed passed us to get three seats forward to her friends/relatives. We headed to the loo as soon as we could and the three of them all went into the handicapped loo together. I guess if they shared one of those communal loos at home it would ...
Every day during my commute I read. Depending on which office I need to report to, the commute is anywhere from 40minutes-an hour and a half. It's the perfect amount of time to settle into a book!
Right now, I'm reading "The Geography of Bliss" by author Eric Weiner. I can't exactly say why I grabbed it off the B&N shelf before I left, because I think I'm pretty happy. I wasn't really looking for the help, but ...
... of fish that you could choose from. There were normal fish, goldfish and even turtles! There were hundreds of other plastic foods on display and we were having troubles choosing. The next thing we knew, we were being shepherded around and were pointe towards some prawns and a wonton soup. She then pointed to her watch and the circus (we think trying to tell us that they would be the quickest things to cook). We were then shoved into an elevator and taken upstairs. We walked into ...
... have also been hunting for blank CD's to try and store some photos on... considering a lot of the electrical stuff we use in manufactured in China you would think it would be easy to locate some right? WRONG. They are more stealth than a ninja.
Eventually after much hunting, Bec and found some in the Shanghai number 1 department store, but it was so weird. It's a really upmarket store, a bit like a John Lewis or a Debenhams, but the CD's were hidden under the counter. ...