Holiday Inn Vista Shanghai
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... out of the bag and dumbly pointed at it. She nodded and said something I couldn’t understand but saw her point to the coffee pot setting on her grinder. Once again Egyptian Hieroglyphics save the day. I thanked her with my best “she she” and headed back to the taxi stand.
There was a traffic cop and a traffic assistant there and of course the sight of a cop makes you start to question if you have done anything wrong. ...
... was really curious about the Maori language, and kept asking me questions about Maori words in my New Zealand passport.
Challenge Three: Convince Swiss International officers to board me on the Shanghai-bound flight
I still had to go through a separate passport checkpoint LX prepared before boarding Zurich-Shanghai. Everyone either had a Chinese passport or visa. I had to show the printed copy of visa-free transit policy, my onward ...
... two ****** tasting Guinness's so I wouldn’t have to think about it. She didn’t stop there though, and decided to persecute my young looks further throughout the night. She put me in a sour mood, and my two beers vanished rather quickly. A bad decision, and I found myself feeling my stomach was going to explode from the filling nature of the immense amount of western beer and the poorly flavored beer.
Finally, we got out of that ****** whole in the ...
... with good reason – one of the Norwegian girls later found a local asleep in front of a screen with his hand still down his pants! You really couldn’t tell how many people were in the room at any time.
Desperate for fresh air, we walked along the Bund which is a beautiful area along the river. On one side are the colonial buildings influenced by all sorts of European countries who were here trading around the time of the ...
Nanjing Road is a wide pedestrianised shopping street that has all the major, and not so major, brand names of the world. But it has also attracted the worst of the capitalist system as well: street hustlers are everywhere trying to exchange money, to entice people into girly bars, or to sell all sorts of fake goods. They are not too troublesome providing they are ignored, but it means constantly being on guard.
Around the corner from Nanjing ...