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... The ship was doing a lot of rock and rolling tonight. A cruise day today and boy they are always welcome. Oceania has a Grand Tea on every trip and today we went to the tea. Every trip they have different sculptures and items. It is amazing they can come up with so many different things. This trip one of the chefs was designing swans out of sugar and something. He did it in minutes. Our journey today finds us in Shanghai China. ...
My last day in Shanghai--and China!--has been a good, well-rounded one. A friend suggested I rent a bike, which was a great idea: the city is flat and drivers give cyclists space, in their own way. I started at the Shanghai Propaganda Museum, which was one of my favourite things of the trip. This man has a huge collection of propaganda posters from the early days of the PRC. Most of these posters have been destroyed. The collection is in the basement ...
... first time we reported this, but since then only apologies and a promise it will be taken care of. The brown water is very off-putting. All in all, it is looking less and less likely we will travel with HAL again. This, despite our exalted Four Star Mariner status. We’ll miss the free laundry service, but it appears to be time to move on to a company that takes better care of its customers, especially the long-time ones. Suggestions, anyone?
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... Concession". This was an area that was colonized by the French after the Opium Wars in the late 1800's. The Chinese had to Concede part of the city to many different colonial powers including the British, Dutch, Japanese and French... Hence why Sun Yatzen wanted to bring Nationalism to China.
Then in the afternoon we just explored and walked around the French Concession. We found a market of allies and side ...
... I was up until 3.20am and had to call it a night, when I wasn't thinking straight anymore... Lesson to put in practice for the future: forward thinking- don't leave things to the last minute and life is far less stressful!
So I woke at 6 and conducted a frantic exodus of items because my case weighed 21.5kg before picking up Nat and Will and heading to the airport with mum and dad. Somehow Will turned into the incredible Hulk baby- he was ...