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It was pretty hazy this morning, so it was difficult to see the entire project. The entire complex is quite an achievement, but after seeing it for fifteen minutes, it wasn't worth the 2 1/2 we had to spend there. Once we returned to the ship, we packed our luggage, and then watched as we entered the Xiling Gorge, which is 47 miles long. It was known as ...
... acquintance of mine, she has been fantastic in helpjng us with specific issues that have arisen during out trip. It is just another example of incredible Chinese hospitality.
well blow me down with a feather. After getting lost at a large 14 exit we finally managed to meet the incredible Wen who took us for delicious vegetarian food. I must admit it was fascinating to talk to a Chinese person who has spend so much time studying and living overseas. It always makes ...
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It is Sunday morning 10 pm and I am sitting in a Café next to my appartment called: Wagas. Before 10 pm you get here 50% discount on breakfast (like paninis, fruits, eggs etc.) and you can bring your laptop and surf as long as you want. Actually, when I woke up this morning, I wanted them to deliver the food just to my door, but I changed my opinion, as I wanted to see the damage outside, which apparently the typhoon "Muifa" had caused. It is still windy and there are lots of leaves at ...
... spent the evening chatting with some other guests in the bar.
My Monday was to be devoted to the Shanghai Expo and I was in cheeky mood. First of all, I bought myself a ticket at the student rate, they didn't ask for I.D.. The Expo is a big deal for China. The general idea is that countries have been invited to set up their own exhibition halls, or pavilions, to showcase a bit of their culture while fitting in with the Expo theme of ...