Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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... of the market, we bought street food. Alex and I shared it. We had doughy pastries, and a dough and green pepper tortilla-type thing. It was kinda scary at first, the thought of street food after walking through the wet market, but it was delicious. Tasted a lot like fair food. As we walked through the neighborhood, eating our treats, we observed more weird stuff.
There was a canopy area with pool tables under it. Next to ...
... the altars but kept watching us as if we were going to take the fruit/vegetables.
We went shopping at a local market to buy the makings for our lunch: fish still swimming, yams and other vegetables. We left the bartering to Miki and it seemed things got a bit heated with the bartering for the fish. It ended with the fish being tipped back into the tub and Miki moving onto another vendor.
The venue for lunch was the home of a local retired ...
... was longer the flight from Sydney to Shanghai or the concert. The introduction alone took around 25 minutes and it was an hour and 45 minutes just to get through the first half and have a ten minute interval. The choir sang a couple of pieces during the first half and had a number of pieces during he second half. However Jeffrey decided to cut a few pieces from e program so we could get back to he hotel relatively on time for dinner. One thing that I have found ...
... oasis. The Shanghai Botanical garden is a 207 acre educational and research garden in the midst of a bustling city. The air was clear but the day was very hot. We had a lovely walk through various gardens, and lakes. The bonsai garden was spectacular with bios of the various bonsai masters detailed. I loved the multi –layered conservatory with orchids galore! The rose garden was beautiful ...
Our first morning in Shanghai was bliss. I slept in to 9:45 which is unheard of for me. When I finally got around to lazily getting breakfast organized I remembered the lovely English muffin waiting for me. I meticulously spread the peanut butter on the perfectly toasted fluffy bit of heaven, topped it with blueberry jam and bit into homey perfection. What a moment.
A few hours later mum told my still pyjama-ed self that it was already 1pm. Oops. I was reveling in ...