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... in the event you would like to watch some Chinese television with subtitles. Each bed comes with a pillow and a blanket. That's it. No curtain for privacy. No divider. No noise filter. If you are beside a sleep talker, that's too bad...prepare for heavy helpings of coffee the next day.
There is a bathroom at each end of each train car. Don't expect a western toilet. You must master the skill of squatting and perfect it, otherwise, you ...
... This was the subway system in Shanghai, which meant that it was crowded and there were much more stairs than escalators. 2. I bought a bunch of souvenirs in Beijing and Xi’an, so I had much more weight to carry than before the trek. 3. I decided to buy a “peasant bag” to store some of my extra stuff…although a peasant bag is cheap (only $1.50), it’s a glorified tarp so there are wheels, the straps are a pain to grip and since I decided to ...
Well, the final day in Shanghai...
We gathered in the lobby and headed over to the other side of the river to visit the Shanghai Aquaria 21, a world-class aquatic exhibit. Some of the best and cleanest tanks I've seen in some time. It had a wide variety of world freshwater aquatic life. I saw many of the fish I've had in aquariums over the years in their a natural habitat. The world's longest viewing tunnel wound around an amazing collection of different ...
... out to say the least.
Halloween in China, like so many places on this fair earth, is celebrated in a ********** manner. North America, for all of our glowing faults, celebrates halloween like no other. But nevertheless, alongside my trusty sidekick - who is also an avid halloweener - and two other colleagues, we decided to show Shanghai what a few Canadians can do, and attempt to penetrate the Shanghai nightlife with a bit ...
... a situation with which we are not familiar.
Example: Chinese visas are like mosquitoes because you may be left alone for a while, but sooner or later, they’ll return for blood. Blood is a harsh word, let’s call it a frustrating wait at the entry-exit bureau, lots of needless paperwork, and of course, that feeling in your stomach that you don’t really, when things come down to it, belong. Oh whatever, just get another visa and things will ...