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... the journey lasted 10 minutes and we moved “only” 301 km/h which was still the highest speed we have ever reached.
Gonzalo always liked Shanghai and I believe his opinion about this fast growing modern city didnīt change even after his last visit. Nonetheless, it seems that I fell in love with Shanghai as well. I liked the fact that in spite of the development, being currently in progress and literally hitting between the eyes, the city takes a good care of ...
... is supported by three enormous columns that start underground. The tower has fifteen observatory levels. The highest (known as the Space Module) is at 350 m ( 1148 ft ). The lower levels are at 263 m ( 863 ft ) (Sightseeing Floor) and at 90 m ( 295 ft ) ( Space City ). There is a revolving restaurant at the 267 m ( 876 ft ) level. The project also contains exhibition facilities, restaurants and a shopping mall. There is also a 20 room hotel called the Space Hotel ...
... wave here at the moment, and every day temperatures have been at least 40*C. I have discovered how to bypass the Chinese censorship, it's easy. Everyone here is still using social media, so not quite sure what the point in banning in is. Surely the government know people are getting past it? Right now I am on a bullet train to Nanjing. I wish I could say that it felt really fast, but to be honest it doesn't feel much different to a normal ...
... designer boutiques, beautiful artworks and museums, and several fancy restaurants. I was certain we we're in the wrong place. LotusRed opened a few weeks ago and was pretty empty. Shanghai is missing out. I had fried rice with shrimp and potatoes and a Black Devil cocktail. Needless to say, it was a memorable night filled with laughter, soft cries, and joy. Living the Good ...
... partially funded by the government but also
by charity. When we arrived we split into three groups to teach three classes.
Mum, James and I went with the tour organizer who speaks Mandarin as our
translator. The class was grade nine, but age wise the kids were only a year
younger than me! It’s was kind of scary at first to be around so many peer-aged
kids. They were asked to guess my age and they guessed 19! I guess I am kind of