Citadines Biyun Shanghai
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... to our favourite spot, XTD for dinner… now that we knew how much of an easy walk it was!
We took a taxi to the Bund, so we could appreciate its beauty for one last time at night. Once again, there were many brides taking pictures, which is always amusing to see.
We were dropped off at one end of the Bund, so we walked the length of it, back to where we needed to turn to walk back home. It’s got a wide raised view balcony the ...
... in China. It was forfeited by Germany to Japan at the end of WW I. Did I write about that already? It is sounding familiar to me as I write. Anyway, Renee and I had planned to go there but there just isn’t enough time. I am digressing. What was I talking about? Oh yes, what to expect when arriving at a restaurant in China.
Regardless of the cuisine, nearly every dining experience here has gone something like this; a ...
... we decided to go to the fake market, it was a few stops down on the subway. It was huge, we had a wonder round, I brought a little speaker and 3 pairs of sunglasses which the speaker was a fair price but I got my conversions mixed up and accidentally paid £11 per pair of sunglasses, but let’s not talk about that. After having some fake KFC we headed back to our hostels as it had been a tiring day and I just wanted to chill.
I got back to the hostel and ...
... I saw
him board his train), so I could have just slept. On the bright side, the 6
hour conversation was like a crash course in Mandarin and I picked up a lot of vocabulary which
proved to be useful thereafter!
Check out the topnotch train:
Goodbye Shanghai, I will reluctantly see you again prior to departing for Toronto...maybe I'll like you better the second time around, but don't count on it.
... was a minister type of man, but he clearly wasn't a clergyman. They had their friends standing around them, people came and talked about them, they exchanged rings, lit some candles and poured some wine. While the couple was dressed in traditional dress, everyone else had on coats and slacks or jeans, more casual. People sat "in front of them", or behind my camera's view, at large tables under many tents. Sometimes when the camera would pan out from ...