Crowne Plaza Century Park Shanghai
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... our dying computer to picasa
14. Create a website that I don't think we will ever use
15. Set up this blog
16. Back up all files on google drive
17. Unlock Phones
18. Inform credit card companies that we will be out of country
19. Register trip with Government of Canada for travel alerts
20. Research the target destinations and make notes (on the drive)
21. Validate Sask Health cards
22. Book flights ...
We're on our own today to get ourselves on the 2:45pm plane to Brisbane via Guangzhou. Dwayne and Joellen leave earlier, so we say goodbye to them around 9am. The Mag-Lev train services Pudong Airport. But we leave from Hongqaio Airport so we'll do a tourist round trip ...
Feels like a while since we last posted on the blog as time is just flying by at the moment. Don't take this the wrong way but I think we both need a rest. It's pretty dam tiring all this travelling you know! Anyway I'll make a start as we don't want to lose any of our readers! Shanghai...what a city. By far the best city we have visited since being in China. It has a mix of old traditional and modern areas. We stayed in the blue mountain hostel which was in ...
... It was such a fun day. I must explore more, specially after witnessing Jing'an Temple.
Great day, despite trying to ask for bedding in Chinese and going to bed hungry because I didn't know how to order Mickey Ds.
Friday night= amazing! Rooftop bar and dancing! What's up with the random firewords? Oh, I ...
... shortbread and cookie dough had a child, this would be it. Before we
left they served us supper too, which were dumpling-like stuffed buns, that
were doughy and bready and stuffed with pork and veggies. Mmmm.
I may or may not have fallen asleep on the way home. It was a full day, but somehow managed to not feel rushed. I am so grateful for the chance to see another side of this incredibly diverse country; especially a side of it that so many real people live each day.