Highton International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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- China has a distinct smell that David and I both forgot but immediately smelled leaving the MagLev Station. We can't figure exactly what it is - maybe a mixture of food and the sewer but it is constantly there. - The skies are clearer than we remember in 2006. - The women are dressed beautifully. Generally, they dress to go shopping in outfits that we would wear to weddings. I've seen beautiful jewelry, high heals, short ...
... Shanghai. On every board there is an advert for white face cream or makeup. A lot of women wear glasses with no lenses in them, we have seen a lot wearing contact lenses to make their eyes bigger or a different colour and everywhere we look women are taken photos of themselves. It's selfie overdrive over here. They also don't smoke. Since being here I've seen one women smoking. The women wear incredibly short skirts with heels and usually clear coloured ...
... again, photos surface of the ‘mattresses’ our girls have been sleeping
on. Needless to say, the parents now understand why their girls have not been
getting a good night’s sleep…with the mattresses only approximately 1 inch
thick. Their beds back home will be a welcomed delight to their bodies, more
than we all had realised.
With Thursday’s arrival, there are a few faces missing from
the ritual breakfast gathering. ...
Yuyuan Garden – Another crowd! This is very much a tourist orientated area and it was packed. Hundreds of small stores selling anything from portraits through to dumplings. The traditional Chinese buildings were spectacular, though the constant offerings of handbags and watches did become annoying.
After spending a few days in Shanghai we decided it was ...
... All the kids from the class were invited, and their parents and siblings. All the kids got presents from the girls (a tradition I'm noticing here): sweet remote control cars for the boys and Barbies and princess shoes for the girls. There was a woman who came dressed as Snow White and made balloon figurines. It started basic enough, dogs and a flower or two. Then came the swords, one boy got them and then they allllll wanted them. Then the guns. They all had to ...