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... found the man walking in the wave pool (while no waves) trying to light a cigarette. I tested out a few of the rides as well. One of the big slides looked closed and I didn't go in the mat ride but I did test out the tube slides and the high speed slide you go down without any floats. It was amusing to watch the various reactions people had when they saw me (besides the usual elbowing of whichever friend they were next to.) I had one mother ...
... largest private company in its industry.
The we learned a lot about there is going to be a new normal in China as the are slowing on exports and consuming more internally. There is 300 million consumer in China that earn more than $100, 000 a year. WOW!!
There is volatility in the market and phony good that can jeopardize any company that manufactures in the China food industry. The fake producers are very good at ...
... By 8 we had money, water and were ready to hit the city.
The Maglev is to be found between Terminals 1 and 2 next to the Metro. We paid 240 (£26) yuan for three return tickets and had to wait in a kind of departure lounge with only two other passengers, wanting to travel in that direction at that time of day. The train is truly cool-looking and we were ridiculously excited to be setting off and gradually reaching 300km/h on our short journey into the ...
... that an hour was probably good for me to gather my thoughts and build up the courage to step off the boarding bridge.
So, lets take a second and talk about the boarding process...wow. The only other flight I have ever taken is to Cuba and everyone was so lax because it was vacation time! This was not the case this time. I knew there was 16 of us on the flight but apparently I didn`t fill in that the other 100 passengers would ...
In Shanghai, at least what I saw of it, there were no "rickshaw
The rickshaws were used by people to move furniture, foods, etc.
Rickshaws were usually used by the people marketing such goods, though I
assume people used them to carry home the items they bought. The
rickshaws were either pedal or motorized. Some were just mopeds that had
been converted, but most were the tricycle with an end like the bed of ...