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... train on the opposite railbed. They flew by so quickly we barely saw them. We stayed at maximum speed for several more minutes, then rapidly decelerated, gliding to a stop as we arrived at the airport.
Surprisingly, the ride was not completely smooth nor quiet. The cars vibrated and there were several unexpected bumps. The train had many of the same sounds you might expect in a standard rail car. In fact, if you ...
... for the lipstick when I get home you know the stuff was pretty potent :).
The ceremony lasted about 90 mins then we paid up and left. We separated about 30mins later so I could carry on with my visit to Yua Gardens after exchanging details and promised to arrange a circus visit together on a later date.
The ceremony was quite pricey compared to normal Shanghai prices but I thought nothing of it until I was back at my hostel that night. I ...
... the state ownership are the only things about even these stores which is communist era though.
For an ancient contrast I enjoyed visiting the Yuyuan gardens, though they would be even better if there were less tourists. These were built in the Ming Dynasty in 1577 by a government servant as a gift for his parents.
When I travel I always enjoy visiting the slightly offbeat attractions. I visited both of these, one of which is the offbeat and one of which is ...
... along side the pier.
The captain said we are to miss our next port of call which is Xiamen and move forward to Hong Kong instead. That will mean two sea days in front of us. We are okay with this, even though we wanted to walk along the Bund in Shanghai and now we will not be able to. We have a full day tour tomorrow in Shanghai so the time does not permit us to do any other sightseeing.
As we were sailing into the river to ...
... left Oz. Graham used his new purple dr dre headphones bought at the market yesterday for all of 200 Yuan, $30 odd dollars. We probably still got ripped off and we're sure they can't be the real deal, but we had fun with the bartering game anyway. Guilin was just over a two hour trip from Shanghai. No lunch on the plane, just a snack and guess what ? Me no like the snack ! We were met by our guide Nora ...
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