Cachet Boutique Shanghai
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... go with them! We arrived at the tea festival and it was 100% not what we expected! A tea festival was a private room where a Chinese women makes tea and explains where the tea comes from and what it was good for! Our new friends translated what the lady was saying and together we all had an amazing time! We definitely invited ourselves to a private function but it was awesome and would do it again! Our friends we think lined our company and they loved that they could ...
... I would say this, considering how much I love food, but it really don't want to eat any more Chinese food for awhile. We have been so well looked after by the company and a big part of their hospitality has been feeding us very well. Today alone we have eaten every originally Chinese dish. For lunch we sat down to a banquet of 8 dishes then tonight when we got back we had another feed of 9 dishes. This is between 4 people. All lovely food but so much at once ...
... does the train take?! My train is due to take eight hours and twenty minutes. The longest train journey I have ever taken and almost as long as my flight from London Heathrow to Shanghai Pudong international airport in China to put it into perspective. This is the kind of train I've only seen on the TV; famous travellers like Michael Palin travelling on across China or India. I knew what lied ahead of me would be an adventure. There are three options ...
... it amusing.
After this we chilled at the hotel until it was time to head on the coach to Shanghai. We arrived at Shanghai at around mid afternoon and the had afternoon to ourself to browse the shops and grab a bite to eat. We were starving so headed off to eat and had a quick browse of the stalls before heading back to the hotel to freshen up to go to see an acrobat show; this I was really ...
... culprit is putting every ounce of energy they have into hocking up any trace of phlegm within their body. Someone needs to explain that disposing of any bodily fluids in the pavements is just outright inappropriate. The sound is bad enough and makes me want to rip off my ears, but the thought of what is lurking on the pavements makes me want to burn my shoes. Enough China, please sort this out, it is neither socially acceptable or necessary and it makes me want to smack ...