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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 ...
... so we couldn’t get in! MAR FUN!!!!
We had no choice but to hail taxi #4 @ 12.20am for the night to take us to Hongqaio Airport instead to bunker down for the night. The airport had also ‘closed’ for the night (roads in were cordoned off), but we managed to sneak in via the arrivals channel and found some ‘half-star’ rated airport seats to call a bed for the night!
Can things get any ...
... A fab idea! Also they had random locals all locked in a game of cards! People would gather round and watch and when a seat became available it would be filled straight away. There was people playing badminton on the green and people just having a stroll and enjoying the natural surroundings and pleasant sounds compared to the busy noise's of Shanghai.
In the afternoon we took a trip to the Shanghai Museum. It was free to enter which was a bonus. Spread over 4 ...
... buying good(?) copies! - presumably due to this fascination, Chinese people keep taking photos of us. Seriously, it happens all the time (check out the photo attached- we decided to photo the photographers...)! & this, despite it being the 3rd day in the same t-shirt/ unwashed hair/ sweaty glow. My favourites are the surreptitious snappers who send their friend over to stand near us &/ or pretend to be taking a picture of something else nearby. Others are ...
... seen one canal village, seen them all. I spent a lot of the day wandering in the gardens or watching the world go by at the riverside. One part that was different was the collection of museums detailing the lives of several local individuals that involved themselves in the revolutionary period of Chinas history, a big deal was made of their revolutionary efforts although as far as I could tell they did very little other than paint a few pictures.
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