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Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... puppy's, birds, turtles & terrapins and most bizarrely insects! Thousands of little coconut made box cages holding huge crickets and other weird insects, very strange. In the evening we went to the Shanghai Circus World to see some absolutely incredible acrobats and ridiculous stunts before finally finishing our last night in Shanghai by going to The Bund to see the Shanghai skyline at ...
... of Shanghai never ceases to amaze me.
We drove for an hour and we were still in Shanghai, and we were passing several
clusters of 20-30 apartment buildings that were 40-50 stories high. As we exited
the highway to the city streets, they were packed with people, street vendors,
and everything was just as busy as in Puxi or Pudong.
We came to the park, and it was interesting from the
outside. Clearly, this little slice of nature ...
... near the outdoor bistros, and saw a statue/fountain.
We continued through, walking by the skyscrapers, along the walkway that was built for the 2010 World Expo. It was a good opportunity to see the big center of the city, of Pudong.
... into her hand and completely ignored her! "Wait they shouted" We turned back and started laughing!! They knew that we knew what was going on and they suddenly vanished into the crowds!
Finally we entered the temple and was free of "student scammers" (They are mostly students and act like they are trying to improve their English but are all part of the act). It was a small temple and all the incents were burning away. We wondered around and left at the rear end which brought ...
... escape upstairs where there was heaps of room on the top deck to view & photograph the sights. What was rather concerning to those of us with the ingrained safety culture was the fact that there were all sorts of different boats making their way both up and downstream. The tourist evening cruise ships were very brightly lit, and impossible to miss. But making their way up and down between these brightly lit ships were the barely visible cargo boats/barges, ...