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... areas. Just outside of our hotel was a street that had about 5 different vendors making different types of street food. We decided on one that had a bunch of different types of food on sticks that you choose from, and they bbq it for you there. Elijah chose a few different meat kabobs and I decided to be a little more ballsy and go with a fish on a stick. The following morning we woke up to some rainfall due to the monsoon hitting ...
... enjoy the bamboo corridors, lotus ponds, and bonsai displays. The weather was fantastic and we enjoyed meandering through the many pathways and took numerous photographs of the lovely displays. We left the Gardens and headed to Tiger Hill. According to some historical records, the Wu King Helu was buried on the hill, called then "the Hill Emerging from the Sea". The legend goes that three days after his burial a white tiger appeared squatting on the hill; hence, the ...
... and body massage. I know Child and Family services are still trying to hunt me down for this cruelty to adult children. As a good son, Justin had to comply with my wishes while he was there. Despite all the possible candidates as THE word to describe Shanghai, Justin settled on” Busy” or “crowded” to sum it up. This can be said for other cities in China as well. Our few days touring in Beijing reinforced that! Stay tuned.. ...
... long shower. We stayed up and chatted for a bit before a long, I think 12 hour sleep for me! So that's the story of how I got here. It wasn't easy by any means... Perseverance, confidence and independence. They are the three words I would use to sum up how I got here. But I'd done it, I'd managed to get myself from London Heathrow to a place in the east of China that most people have never even heard of. This place isn't on many maps but it will be on my map forever after this ...
... booth. When I did get to it, I knew something was up when I saw all the locals panic and the CS staff were redirecting the crowd. The frigging plane was delayed, but not only that, it landed at a different airport in Shanghai. I was told to catch a transfer shuttle outside to the other airport. As I stepped out, all I saw was a caravan of shuttle buses, and every time the door to one opened, a whole mass of Chinese would rush on. I vaguely make ...