Harbour Hotel (Hai Tai)
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... out of the tea pot into the jug.
5. Second pour into the teapot. Leave for 50 seconds.
6. Pour water into cups to warm.
7. Pour water out of teapot into jug for the second pour. (are you confused yet - cos we were!)
8. Pour tea into cups.
9. Drink the tea. People drink tea, in three stages. First stage, drink half of teacup, savouring aroma and taste. Second stage, drink half of remainder and comment in an appreciative ...
... that of the Caribbean. After departing Juneyao Airlines, we too a high speed train that went up to 431 km!! Before the train, we met our local guide Fun-Fun. She is a beautiful and energetic woman that will be perfect to guide us through Shanghai. Soon after meeting her we lost Richard in the airport: ). We found him, though. Arriving in the Waldorf ...
Lets begin with the items on this picture:
DVD: .80 cents to 2 dollars. (If you pay more than that call me)
Bag of fresh roasted peanuts ( 4 ounces) : 1 dollar or 6 kwai/yuan/rmb.
600ml bottle of Tsing dao's finest: 2.5 kwai
Tiny bottle of Tabasco: 4 dollars
Pack of "Double Happiness" ciggies: 7 kwai
Small jar of "Skippy" peanut butter 6 oz. : 16 ...
... bean dish last night that was served on a burner and seemed to have slices of fried sausage in it. Very spicy hot. Back on the bus and we went to the dock where we boarded a three decked cruise boat for a trip down the river to view the lights of Shanghai. So many of the buildings lit up and so colourful. We recognised many of the buildings at the Bund and the Jin Mao tower we had visited before. Grace warned us not to buy from the Hawkers who were selling laser lights, coloured roller blades ...
... Express! It is so hard to find a Chinese restaurant with a menu you want to try, we walked for ages with no luck! Day 37, we were up early to see what this holiday inn had to offer for our breakfast. We should have stayed in bed. The only western food they had was toast and marmalade. Otherwise it's noodles, rice and salad!! It would be like us having fish and chips for breakfast, lunch and dinner...Strange! We spent the rest of the morning booking hotels up until January. ...