Metropark Service Apartment Shanghai
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... available. When done the chopsticks must rest on the special stand and not on your plate or bowl.Develop an appetite for almost any bit of cuisine offered at the table, unless religion or health dictates otherwise. Also never take the last bit of food from a dish – this is considered greedy and above all bad luck.Brush up on your Chinese etiquette and get ready for a future of many business trips to the huge and amazing nation, that promises to awe and vow the busiest ...
... They then spoke to us for a while (really good English!), they told us they were holidaying from Beijing and headed for a tea house in the French Rivera and asked if we'd like I join them. We told them that we were going to the museum to which they told us they had planned on going but were told it was packed so going to the tea house instead. Now, I don't really like Chinese tea- I'm more of a English breakfast tea; milk with 2, so I wasn't too fussed about going to a tea house ...
... like only 20 years ago. We see several men walking around in their pajamas, which Patrick tells us is customary for Shanghai. Everything in the lane neighborhoods is so close and interconnected that people began doing this for convenience, and it has now become an accepted practice. It is fun to see men strolling the sidewalks in their pajamas, going to get a cup of tea, or snack, and completely comfortable with their attire.
We spend ...
... on walking. Within seconds we were drenched along with our bags, could we find the hostel?! After 40 mins we finally found it. And the sun came out. Considering there are sooo many people in Shanghai I didn't get the feeling of being swamped amongst the crowds. Except on the metro- its charge charge on the metro to get a seat or a handle. It's a v dangerous sport- one woman barged me between the metro doors and the platform! We ...
... tips on local food and what not to buy (funnily enough I
was definately not tempted by the bloody fish heads anyway).
home, we settled down to watch a film. The fact that I bugged people asking
questions through a large part of it highlights just how at home I felt
already. Also that I happily put on scratty trackies and wrapped in my duvet.
After this, homely consolidation was further aided by the ...