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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... all the lights gone? Arrived to find the much talked about night lights dimmed and non existent.
Relaxed in the surprisingly balmy evening and soaked up the ambience, it feels like a very safe city.
6) Got halfway home on the subway, and found that our connecting line had closed the the night. Who closes the public transport at 11.10 on a Tuesday night?
We did flirt with the idea of walking the rest of ...
... gave it a go. Quite interesting. As the students have been so open to new experiences, our guides have decided to give us a surprise adventure for lunch tomorrow...God helps us or I should probably say Buddha. Tomorrow, the steel factory, a school visit, trade show and silk factory. Busy busy. We also kept ourselves entertained on the bus by playing a name the song and artist game, year 12s v year 11s. Year 11s won this ...
... the corner where there is only won ton soup on the menu starts work at 6am and finishes at 10pm every day , not just week days, not 6 days a week or every day except public holidays, he does that every single day of the year , now that's commitment. But you have to ask why would you do that to yourself.
In parks all over the country every morning you will see groups of elderly citizens gathering to perform some kind of exercise, which is a wonderful thing.
These are not ...
... we deliberately chose for its location in the heart of downtown Shanghai, right next to the bustling People's Square. Was taken away by the energy of the night-street musicians, people dancing, tourists walking and on trolleys that will knock you out unless you watch out, and very loud and not very good karaoke'ing. Be careful of crosswalks, as there is no physical difference between sidewalks and crosswalks. I had ...
Last Sunday Chris took the train up from Hangzhou after work and after a long queue at the ticketing office to Shanghai. I picked him up around 8 from the railway station and brought him back so that he, I and my flatmates could go out to one of our favourite restaurants. We ordered several dishes to put in the middle to share, standard practice in Asia. We had some form of spiced minced meat with herbs, sort of similar to a Lebanese dish I've had, but hotter; lotus root with ...
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