Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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... eating half of the worlds food supply the guy in front decided he was still hungry and ordered a hot meal from the cabin steward, a full on big dinner, rice, meat, veg, a side dish, the full works! As if 16 dumplings, donuts, dried fish, crackers, crisps, cake, spare ribs, rice and fruit isn't enough! It was ridiculous almost as of they've been told they have to eat every minute they are on that train. They're also so bloody loud too not just when they talk to each other (or as me and ...
... not-so exciting things have happened;
- Free Champagne at the Park Hyatt- 92nd Floor. Ladies Night- took advantage of this- ended up feeling veeeery ill the next day.
- My first experience of the Chinese equivelent of broadway. 'Throughly Modern Millie', sang in english, spoken in Chinese. Worst english subtitles i have ever seen. The theatre was incredible though! (See pictures) ...
... sleep and an upset stomach.....we slowly made our way down to breakfast...To no surprise there was not bacon and eggs but rather dumplings, rice and assorted vegetables and whatever else you could think of...Our destination for the day was to an ancient 1700 year old water village called Zhujiajiao. We were told that this city is the real china and that they have been living this way for thousands of years. The drive to city ...
... my day done! The girls saw the Shanghai city sights and I… stole the pictures.
So we rise for another adventure, the biggest of China yet. We had to catch a taxi to the right train station, get on the right train, get to the right ‘no seat’, survive 24 hours on a train and hope the train goes to Hong Kong. Here we go! Get to the train station, easy. Try to collect our tickets from the desk, easy. As we waited in the station ...
... so clearly that would not do! Seen as I'd been on the back of a couple of scooters, I thought I'd try out the motorbike taxis, Tom takes one to school every day because he can't be bothered with rush hour on the underground.
In Shanghai, at the entrance of most principle metro stations you can find a group of, say, four or five guys lounging on motorbikes, chatting, smoking and spitting away. Their most discerning feature is the fact that ...
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