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On our second evening in Shanghai we encountered the same problem we had the day before in our quest for food. We went for a wonder around the area we was staying in and there was countless small little Chinese restaurants however not a single one had a menu with pictures, no translation and no one spoke a word of English. After 40 minutes wondering around we come across a guy on a street ...
... with polluted air - obviously a bonus.
Crossing the street is a little tricky as bikes have right of way turning left or right. Just when you think you've got it covered and take a step out, a bike comes along and misses you/you miss it - by centimetres. It's the same on footpaths. With many scooters electrified you don't even hear them coming and you can't see them at night as they don't have/use headlights - obviously saving their power. If (!) ...
... to a luxurious shopping center. Major architecture in the temple are: the Mountain Gate, the Grand Hall, the Guanyin Hall观音殿, the Abbot's Chamber and the Prayer Hall. The Jade Buddha of Sakyamuni, enshrined and worshipped in the former Grand Hall, nearly 20 meters in height and 12 tons in weight, is the largest of its kind. The temple has been listed as a key relic site in Shanghai. 25 Nov Monday China Food Log Stardate: Breakfast Lunch Dinner ...
... at 6. I can barely keep my eyes open now. It's 12:27pm...should I nap? Oh, jetlag!
Last night's dinner was interesting. The fuwuyuan brought 10 beautifully crafted dishes to our rotating table. Each dish had a bizarre American name but delicious taste. I tried all except the green leafy lettuce drenched in peanut butter sauce and peanut tofu. My favorite was the yellow steak and red chili peppers; spicy but delicious. ...
... of looks like hot water and grass cuttings but ends up tasting
a lot nicer, you just have to watch out for chunks of green in your teeth
after) The couple was everything a cute old married couple should be: tiny,
smiley and wrinkly. Our translator helped us talk about their family, their
newyear traditions and our equivalent holiday (importance wise), Christmas. To
our surprise, they toured us around the entirety of their little house, ...