InterContinental Shanghai Pudong
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... us on the boat! Again we were blown away with how many people were down there! Our guide was great and managed to get us on the first boat thank god otherwise we could have been there till 1am! While we were waiting for the boats we were entertained by Chinese children cause havoc, two women having some serious beef and also again being the freaks of nature and people starring at us! Shaan decided to wear boots with a heel so she was even taller! Good choice! At some ...
... over $100 each way. The car we were in was a Buick people mover and very comfortable. It was interesting to see that even though we travelled three hours there were villages all the way. No open countryside. We went past the biggest lake in China. The name is ..............just google it if your interested. I have managed to miss the next experience up til now but at the factory I had to use a hole in the floor. Now this old girl doesn't squat too well ...
So to think a mere three hours ago I was enjoying a yummy buffet meal in a five star hotel in Shanghai. I was surrounded by foreigners and amongst some of the richest people in China, who our tour guide yesterday politely referred to as 'the elites'. Taking in to consideration my luxury journey last time from Shanghai to Xuzhou, travelling in business class; this one was to be quite the opposite. Well with much difficulty and the last minute booking of ...
... as well so all the lights where doing their thing). The Heineken
was 10 times the cost, but the view was 20 times the sight, so it was
worth it. Very classy place (I kinda stuck out by wearing a SU
t-shirt and khaki pants, but whateves). The next day was one
of the most lengthy and ridiculous days ever. In the morning my Chinese class (along
with another chinese class) went to 新天地 (Xin
Tian di) which is in ...
... in the high 50’s. A storm blew through last night and swept away all of the smog and haze. When we got back to the ship, we decided to walk to the Bund. It was about 2 miles. While on our walk, we were approached by a woman shining shoes. We shook our heads “no” and kept walking. Next thing I knew, she had squirted a cream on one of my shoes. So, she then starts shining that shoe and squirts ...