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... really meant it was an exhibit of sea animals with defense mechanisms. The main exhibits were a Yangtze River room, an Amazon exhibit set up to look like the rainforest, an African exhibit, an Arctic exhibit with seals and penguins! They have a giant Ray tank with eagle Rays, manta rays, and spotted Rays. The final part of the museum is a long set of glass tunnels where the fish swim over you. It was a very interesting aquarium but didn't have ...
... plate that was very good… we did enjoy our
Formal night ,but won’t be rushing to repeat.
Yesterday as we had our daily report the Captain mentioned
Shanghai was closed, the Port shrouded in fog, and remained so for 13 hours…
This morning when I looked at 3am ,we were in dense fog, zero visibility, and
at 5am we were anchored, so we knew we would not get in, its 60 miles, takes 5
... estuary (overlooking our sail route from Chatham) then circling round and landing from the west. For some reason we were then directed to the aeronautical naughty step over in some far corner where we sulked for half an hour before moving to a gate in Terminal 4.
By the time we had tubed it up to Kings Cross and then trained it to Ely, it was late. We dashed into Tesco to grab pizza and garlic bread and had dinner and a glass of wine, going to bed just before 2.
police.Between the Ukraine problems, and Russia's
asking for Chinese support, and the internal issues China is facing, it
was a pretty scary time to be thereDespite the
issues, and the size of the city, Shanghai was very safe. Because of the
Communist government's close control, there is very little crime. The
most prevalent crime is petty theft. No matter where we were, either the
poor villages or the rich Ex-Pat areas, it was extremely ...
Another canal village on the outskirts of Shanghai and a short trip from Suzhou. This one dates back to the 9th Century. Less touristy than Zhujiajio though it is really much of a muchness when it comes down to it. Tongli does have the additional draw of being a bit of a centre of political change
Day 229: Monday 3rd September 2012
Another day trip to a canal village this time to Tongli from Suzhou however similarly to when I ...