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... time to explore the Bund! We left our stuff in the hotel lobby and headed across the street. You would not believe the number of people out and about! Literally hoards of them! It was Saturday night and families, couples, friends - you name it - they were on our street. So - the Bund is a beautiful, wide, walkway along the river. The sides of the wall are covered with beautiful flowers in full bloom! So pretty! We ...
... The food was excellent but didn’t feel like an authentic experience. We had bbq pork ribs, beef fried rice, pork noodles and a pork sticky bun. They served us tea and only gave out chopsticks. Our waitress didn’t appear to speak a word of English and she wasn’t really interested in talking to us, or the tables of Chinese people either. She carelessly tossed plates of food onto the tables and never asked if we needed anything ...
... style full of trendy eateries on the waterfront. Unfortunately it had been wet and windy all day. We had a lovely evening and enjoyed a superb Indian meal before being driven in a limousine by Jack, Robin's chauffeur, to their beautiful apartment which overlooks the Huang Po river and the Bottle Opener. Robin works for Twings tea and their complex has a gorgeous open air swimming pool and Blue Frog and Element ...
... 8211; you come here to be a star!
Arriving in our booth I was surprised again by all the latest technology and the number of Chinese and English songs. When you chose a song the video of the song was played on three screens and the lyrics to sing along were shown on the bottom of the screens.
When we were still in a small group of three, my Indian colleague tried first. He was not shy although singing obviously was not one of ...
It's been a strange week this week; I worked Monday and then had Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday off for the New Year. Then I worked Friday and today, and will work tomorrow as well. This is the Chinese government’s idea so that we do not lose too many working days for holidays. I’d rather have kept my weekend and just had Tuesday off :oP Hey ho!
I don’t really remember what I did on Tuesday so it was probably ...