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... to justify further investment.
I didn’t find out about two other considerations: does the maglev utilize more energy than a standard train? And what about a comparison regarding pollution?
Oh well, at least we had the opportunity to experience this unique mode of speedy transportation without needing to put on a seat belt and prepare for takeoff.
NOTE: The weather is so bad here that ...
... space world. It's considered the epicentre of Shanghai. We snapped a load of pictures, then rushed back down to the metro for our next stop. Next up its a visit to the People's Park. It was a park, and there were people, so it was aptly named. We stop for some speedy grub: A nice basket of dumplings, then it was a final stop at the French Concession area. It's an area which used to belong to France, and has ...
... 8221;. We found that, NYSP for New York Style Pizza. It was fine. I had a great time, new purse, jewelry, a great photograph mounted on metal and ready for hanging of two children in native clothing eating noodles – very cute!
... and others with lasers and led light objects… I
even saw a man rudely interrupting a kissing couple trying to sell them
flowers. So much for romance.
I got side tracked about the Bund when I meant to tell you about how I came to the park a
second time. It was with Mogolo (Botswana) and Nadjelika (France) after we had
gone for a walk from one random street in Shanghai to, well, another random
street. This really is the best way ...
... I felt like I had done a bad job. I had bags under my eyes, I was fat, I had frizzy hair and apparently I can't act natural while squatting and smiling like I was angry. Surely they would never ask me to do a marketing event again. I had blown it.
And then I got an e-mail about shooting a commercial.
WHAT?! Yup! They wanted my frizzy hair in a commercial! I'll spare you the details of that 14 hour experience but I will tell you that it was ...