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We could easily have stayed put for the rest of the night but I had booked a walking food tour of the night food markets. So at 7pm we got a taxi to our meeting point…..not far from where we were walking earlier. The Street Eats tour guide was an American guy, Mitch, who lives in Shanghai and we were joined by a couple of Kiwi girls, an American couple, a Canadian and a gluten-intolerant American from Switzerland. They were ...
... protests had created quite a festive atmosphere with hundreds of outdoor stalls popping up, and some great music being played on the stages. And so we weren't too worried about being in the area. Day 2 of Bangkok, and we find ourselves at Protest Central. It was festive. The music was fantastic. The band had an amazing saxophonist, and everyone was enjoying it. We were sensible - signs saying ...
... and went through the highest train tunnel in the world. Unfortunately we went through both record-breaking pieces of infrastructure at night. We also saw the largest lake in China, and more breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountains. Fortunately, oxygen was pumped into the cars, so no one had to worry about getting altitude sickness on the train.
Our second train took us from the Capital city ...
... including a cricket market (insects not the sport) and the building where the first session of the communist party of china was held. Lunch was at a famous Taiwanese dumpling shop - delicious! We enjoyed watching the various chefs skill make the ...
... bit smoggy in the day time, it was still amazing to see it up close. The buildings are taller than I could have imagined from across the river, and the architecture is unreal. I was honestly so impressed and overwhelmed walking in this area. And one thing I have noticed about Shanghai, at least in the parts I have visited, is that even though it is the most populous city in China, it really doesn't feel like it. Especially in the financial district, everything is ...