Shanghai Hong Gang Hotel
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... meals that 130 sounds like a ton! When we were handed a map we got an idea of just how big this place really was. I would be willing to bet money that it is AT LEAST the size of the Animal Kingdom (safari included) if not MUCH bigger. It goes on forever.
We decided to rent a double seated bike so that we could see as much as possible. We looked hysterical on it. The sign was SO funny for renting them and I forgot to take a picture. ...
... were also the latest accessory, BIG Canon and Nikon cameras were everywhere. My poor little Olympus suffered lens envy so badly it sent the battery flat. I made it to Pudong and bought a SIM and one month phone/data pack. It cost me RMB100 back in October 2012 and in March 2014 is was RMB280. That is inflation. Inserted it and was told My phone was not authorised to use overseas. I went to the Apple store to use the free WiFi and Skype telstra to see what was wrong. I ...
... is more difficult than it first seems. Navigating the tiny market streets with mopeds, bikes, cars and THOUSANDS of people all headed in different directions makes for a tough job. There are hundreds of conversations all happening at once and so many sights to take in. There are new style buildings mixed with old,, shops selling posh jewellery in amongst tiny market stalls selling what looks ...
We had an early flight from Bangkok to Shanghai and then to pick up a domestic service to Beijing, trouble was we only had 2 hours from touching down to take off and as we were entering the country at Shanghai we couldn't do a through ticket.
Queuing for customs in a line that took nearly and ...
... which pub Jack was in - They did STRONGBOW!!!
Met ************ we went to The Bund - Wow! It was awesome. The bund is the view from across the river, at all the skyscrapers in Shanghai and the tallest building in China. With many boats sailing down covered in flashing lights. You could tell just from this Shanghai is very touristy and also the biggest city in China by population just by how busy everywhere was! The phrase "boo yow, shay shay" (no want thank you) became ...