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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... knew that there was not a lot of time in between our domestic arrival and our international departure, there was baggage to be moved, customs to be cleared and of course the dreaded bus trip from domestic to international terminals that Sydney Airport is infamous for....The only people that like Sydney airport are Sydneysiders....because it is home and don't have to go any further....for everyone else it is a hassle and a giant pain in the ...
... was very interesting. Tried on a few Chinese dresses but they were a tad over the top for back home! About 500 yuan so around £55 but for what they are they're well worth that money. But I'd have absolutely nowhere to wear it. After the silk factory we went to some very expensive shopping district so bought nothing and from here we went to the dinner and Shanghai Skyline. Learnt that Chinese people don't know how to ...
... no clue what the hell they meant. I eventually asked my cousin about this and he told me that even the locals don't understand the signs, nice! At this point, my anxiety was pretty high as I lined up behind this one lady at the information desk. Just before she was done this couple cuts right in front of me as if I was not even there, unbelievable! My steam quickly condensed to sweat when the info booth lady told me that the transfer bays were in ...
... in Shanghai but it just wasn't for us. We think it would be amazing if you had 10 suitcases to fill with clothing and shoes but as backpackers this activity is out the window. It also seems to be geared towards Chinese tourists rather than Western travellers (fair enough). Many of the Western tourists looked frazzled and confused. Admittedly probably needed to look in the mirror as by this stage I'm sure we weren't looking any different mostly due to frizzy ...
... at him for not squeezing in a tiny opening between cars. We witnessed cars driving down the wrong way on a road because they didn’t want to drive around the street divider, and bicycles and cars driving through intersections (sometimes even through red lights) without even bothering to look for crossing traffic. Apparently, it seems to be an unwritten rule that if you look, then you are conceding to other drivers and must yield.
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