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We were warned last night that the schedule for today may be revised because flights to Shanghai yesterday had been delayed/cancelled due to weather. The predication was correct; our flight to Shanghai was moved from early afternoon to 4:00 pm, so Christian and Joe did some improvising and rustled up an excursion that was a first for the Adventures by Disney China tour, a visit to the Reed Flute Cave. But first, the morning began with a lesson in tai chi. ...
... this from J. Maarten Troost, “Lost On Planet China” “We eat everything with four legs except the table and everything with two legs except the people.” China also has different opinions about what requires refrigeration than we do in the US.
Renee and I were getting pretty frustrated and were taking it out on each other as Chinese grocery shopping threatened to crush our comfort zone. We decided to try and ...
... close. It is next to the Huang Pu River. On the way there I saw the Yanlord. The new high skyscraper is so much higher than the former highest building when we lived in Shanghai.
After dinner, as if not busy and fancy enough for the day, we went to watch a magnificent circus show: ERA circus show. Shan couldn’t stop woo and huh and scream. Me too! It was so much fun!
We had a such fantastic day!
... me now. My $3 meals in the shacks in the Himalayas were hands down better. I also ordered water which we shared and silly me thought he was going to bring us "still" tap water. Clearly, it's been a while since I've been doing any fine dining. Once we got the bill the water was $16! My ****** meal was only slightly more expensive. I realize that in the scheme of things a $40 night out (without cocktails ;-/ ) is not expensive, but when you're traveling and you just ...
... to Die!!! I pulled my phone out to make sure he was actually taking me to my hotel. Amazingly he was. My attempts to get him to slow down fell on deaf ears, as he spoke no english and even if he did he probably wouldn't have comprehended me anyway. So I just hung on and hoped for the best. When he finally stopped the taxi, I was in such a hurry to get out, that I left my phone on the backseat with all my cards and ID in it. By the time ...