Best Western Kylie Hotel
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... and money. It is a very common sight to see someone with giant shopping bags laden to the max with all manner of gifts ( fruit; nuts; toys; medicine; quilts and other mystery items that we will never be privy to. In the north of China is was a good gift to bring animal feed. ). Trying to navigate a suitcase between the aisles of bags and feet and slow moving bodies is a frustration on its own. The smells permeating from bags and bodies would make a masochist ...
... Thomas and Eric dropped by part way through and joined us just in time for the start of our second film of the evening as we'd had some technical difficulties and had only got half an hour into the first one. On Sunday we had the final vis-a-vis activity, a trip to Beilun port. It's geographically the biggest port in China, but Shanghai sees a greater value of goods through its port as it is such an administrative centre. We were allowed to go to one of the loading docks and ...
... tried to book our tickets to Shanghai, but there was such a huge queue at re travel agents we decided to go back another time. We went along to the electricity shop to top up but they were closed, resulting in a power cut at about 5:09 in the evening for our flat. Having been planning to go for a flat meal I ended up going for Korean Barbecue with Georgie, Rachel (one of my flatmates), Eric and Thomas. It was an all you can eat and drink deal, with all sorts ...
... end but when we got back to gate 3 some other people told us it was all closed... So we went back to our rooms and hit the sack with the promise of a lie in for the morning. Saturday was a pretty lazy day, we discovered Yummy, a restaurant that serves both Chinese and western food on campus, and ate some interesting bacon rolls (instead of the bacon bap we were expecting we were given a plate of mushrooms wrapped in ...
... As we drove onto the bridge the far end was lost in cloud (probably actually just more smog...) and we couldn't see it until we were well over half way across! A car with a puncture led to some emergency braking on what was essentially a motorway, but we were all fine and continued on our way once they'd pulled over to the hard shoulder. The whole of the back row (Molly, Juliet and a Finnish girl called Riina) had slept for most of the way but as we approached ...