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... to the hotel then spent the next 1 and a half hours trying to work out the internet - stupid wireless!
Had a series of unsatisfying cat naps, on planes, floors and chairs.
Explored the subway, very efficient and frequent, plenty of tourist-friendly colour coding and names in English. How lucky are we! The Chinese tourists visiting Australia don't ...
... from Concentration camps as pre 1941 the Nazi's would release any prisoners with valid exit visas. This policy saved thousands of Jews yet he didn't breatje a word of his contribution in his lifetime and all he had to show for his actions was an official reprimand on his file for disobeying orders. Only when his daughter dug into his past when he died in 1997 was his contribution recognized. He is now called the Chinese Schindler
The whole museum ...
... late 50's in her brightly coloured flannelette pajamas wearing high heel shoes practicing her hoopla hoop as if it was the most natural thing in the world. The following night in the exact same place were a group of about 10 women who were doing what can only be described as the Chinese equivalent of line dancing. Why there? Why that time of night?
All this was taking place just down the road from the shop where the poodle that wears a shirt, pants and bright blue shoes lives, of ...
... Pearl Tower which we were too tired to see the night before. Couldn't get a nice shot due to the fog, but was still worth the short cab ride there. We had a smooth cab ride back to the hotel and then to the airport. Again, all the cabs smelled like cigarettes which I did not fully appreciate and none of the drivers really knew English, but the hotel staff helped us out with that. Short but memorable stay in Shanghai!
... to the Bund and to take the ferry across to the other side. Once on the other side we walked along the waterfront heading towards a large elevated platform from where you can view the buildings more up close. On the way we passed a food stand and Chris and I both bought a weird hot-dog-type thing. They make this circular bread over here by putting a flattened out piece of dough onto a bread pad and sticking it to the inside wall of a clay oven. It’s a little dry but ...
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