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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... have sent it to the chef for further cooking might have been OK. True travellers are seldom phased. In Beijing most cars seemed to have been imported. Apparently many marques like VW, Hyundai manufacture in China, and many models are unique to the Chinese market. Outside of the capital, most cars and marques are Chinese and the badges are unfamiliar except for the Great Wall brand and good old MG.
There are a few Buddhist temples in and around the city. Chinese Buddhism ...
... 8217;s nightlife.
28/08/12: Day Eleven
Awaking earlier than usual, we have breakfast and make plans to visit the Bund. Whilst discussing plans and awaiting some of our other friends, catch a glimpse of something I’ve seen before. Low and behold appearing before me is the Brit that I met in Beijing whose compass once saved our lives. Realising how small the world actually is, we discover that not only had we already met each other before, we ...
... Park. There were at least four wedding parties there taking photos, a large lake with peddle boats, remarkable topiary and expansive lawns. Being afraid of the sun, mist Chinese families set up tents along the edges of the lawns, lest they risk a (gasp!) suntan.
All in all, it was a 6 hour jaunt to some of the nicer parts of the city. An excellent Spring frolic on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
... 8211; Nev is so cheeky as you are forbidden to take photos but he did.
That night we had a dish of lamb which is lamb on the bone in a gorgeous stock with veg served in a massive wok. You get given plastic gloves to eat it and its lovely!
Yesterday we visited Qiabo which is known to be Shanghai’s venice so has lots of little alleyways and canals. We love Venice and we loved it here! It was a bit busier but it was great to wander around ...
... s of the largest crowd of people I have EVER seen waiting to cross the street. Moments later, we decided to cross over to Nanjing Street and inevitably had to fight against the current of people.
Charles, Hannah, Matt and I then went to Yuyuan Gardens, which were unbelievably peaceful and serene given the enormous crowd of people circulating the area. It was a nice escape, and I managed to get some great photos. We also went to the tea house but practically got ...
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