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... Buzz who I booked the holiday with recommended it. Gabriel picked us up at 7 pm and surprised us with upgraded tickets to front row seats due to again missing out on going to the Buddha temple. The show was FANTASTIC and all 3 of us would highly recommend it to anyone. The stamina, strength, agility and skill is certainly something to admire. Sadly photos were not permitted but it was understandable with the danger / skill performed they would not want distracting with ...
... up at a rate of knots.
The bullet train ride is once again fantastic, equal to those we travelled in when in Japan. Some of the group that had not experienced these before were gob smacked. Comments like if these were in OZ we would never fly again.
As we now travel through some of the smaller provinces we find that this building process is everywhere. The building industry is going gang busters. Along with the road construction, they build ...
We arrived in Shanghai at lunchtime and after checking into our hotel, we joined another family from our tour group for lunch. We last saw them in Guilin when we all went our separate ways to each of our children's home provinces. It turns out they’re in Shanghai for the next couple days as well, so our tour company paired us up with them again. After ...
... of the street. It was only as we got back to our 5m2 dorm room that we really enjoyed the feeling of spaciousness again.
On our way home we tried to book tickets to go the Shandong but the train tickets weren't available until 3 days before departure and the flight tickets had become insanely expensive. So in order to travel during a holiday period in china, one really has to know what one wants. Plane? Book well in advance. Train? Go stand in some never ending ...
... This was one of the special places we needed a VISA for.
Although exact census figures are not available, Shanghai’s population easily makes it China’s largest city. The world’s only other cities of comparable size are Tokyo and Mexico City. Shanghai is regarded as the gateway to the Yangtze. The city actually spans the Huangpu River, a tributary of the Yangtze, about 25 ...
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