Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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... We finished our festival and swapped emails! We brought some amazing tea pots and tea and cannot wait to implement this at home! We spent the rest of this day at the markets again eating some amazing Chinese food drinking milk tea which turned Shaan into a seal - as if we weren't being steered at enough we had to make a bigger scene!! Finally we found these ice creams that everyone seemed to be eating! Yay! These were delish have no idea what flavour they were or what ...
... of the Bund. It was nice to look back at Shanghai at a different angle. Being a Sunday there were lots of families out. Again police are everywhere getting ready for this international summit where heads of state are visiting. We have been advised to carry our passports from now on as there are going to be lots of check points around, especially at public transport places. As we are heading out of town tomorrow we will oblige. We have survived the transport chaos for another ...
It started on December 6th 2013. I had been feeling unusually tired for no reason the day before. By 7:00 AM the buildings started to disappear. At work someone pointed out that the pollution index had passed 400 the previous day. I looked it up on the computer and found that 400 is considered "Hazardous" to everyone. Anything over 150 is termed ...
... so far I've been up since 7:30 after getting 4 hours of sleep and hadn't eaten anything all day except juice). I left the building really upset at this whole shebang and how stupid it was that the train didn't need my real passport but the hostel did and why didn't I just bring my effin passport anyway, and what am I going to do if I can't get this all worked out and I'm not allowed to stay in the hostel, and I'm trying to calm myself down by saying that at the very least ...
... and make for the Bund, which is a wide, elevated walkway along the river that flows through Shanghai. However, my time on the Bund usually comprises less than a third of my run, as it is more than 2 miles from my hotel on Nanjing Road. Therefore, the journey to and from the Bund is the longest part of my run - and the most interesting. It starts along West Nanjing Road, a winding two-lane road through Shanghai's most upscale shopping area. The street is tree-lined ...