Donghu Hotel (Donghu Road)
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... amazing!! They did balance tricks, jumping through hoops, standing on each others heads etc! The finale was a large globe where they had someone on a motorbike doing tricks inside it and driving inside the globe, slowly they put more and more drivers inside the globe with each other all driving around in it! It started to get uncomfortable to watch when they got to 3 drivers inside...then 4...then 5 drivers were ...
We finally landed in Shanghai around 2:30 pm local time and fairly quickly made our way through customs and to baggage claim. After finding all our bags, we headed towards the taxi area where Ying's dad was approached by several people competing for his business. Before long, one of the women got very animated and started screaming in Chinese. I found out later that she was ****** that another cab service tried to undercut her fare after she ...
We have travelled so many kilometres and so many days, it's like a whirlwind, with the days melding together. Here we are in Shanghai, the city that has been the centre of many a novel. A harbour surrounded by a myriad of lights at night. Standing on the Bund by day, you could blink and miss a boat slip by, with the river a constant flow of marine traffic. Chris, our guide, informed us that Shanghai has 23million people, with only per cent living in ...
... So cool! We were up so high...can't remember the exact floor but it must have been on the 80th or 90th level. But anyway, it was an overcast night and we were sat above the clouds - very surreal.
One of the highlights of our visit to China (for me anyway) was definitely crashing a karaoke party one night whilst we were there. Obviously karaoke is a big thing for the Chinese. They hire out rooms and drink tea and have food whilst doing it. So ...
... needed to move on with our exploration of Shanghai.
We went back east to Zhongshan road and crossed over to the Bund, which literally is a boardwalk along the north end of the western side of the Huangpu river beside the colonial era buildings in the area. We walked a good part of the Bund in hopes of finding the pedestrian tourism tunnel that will take us under the Huangpu to the Pudong side of the river. At the northern end of the Bund, we found the tunnel and paid the ...