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... of the Communist Party of China.
It was in the second of these areas that we discovered Le Toilet. The Asians make fun of the westerner's fixation with our style bathroom, so some creative restaurateurs created this toilet themed arena. It was hysterical.
We ventured to the top of the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory, better know as the bottle opener. The Skywalk is the world’s highest ...
... out of the building. There is no way Gary will let me do fake anything again. However ever so persistent I asked to go to a market place that I had heard about and so the guide dutifully obliged much to Gary's disgust. This place is five levels of anything you can think of. They have all there things out on display but if you ask or show a picture of what you want they take you out the back of there shop and again ...
... an backdrop from a movie, yet when you take the time to look it has so much life. Every day I wonder as I watch people pass by what their lives hold for them. The dapper businessman who speeds by me in a luxury car breathes the same polluted air as the older gentleman who is sweeping the street in uniform with a broom made of twigs. They are both puppets of a controlling government, both products of massive ...
We arrived in Shanghai this morning. Second stop in China.
We did the forbidden city in Beijing and it was intriguing. I thought we would get to see more of their living quarters which we didn't but it was still quite spectacular.
Yesterday we made the trip to the famous wall of China, which was amazing. we lucked out with the best weather possible. clear blue ...
... thought they'd be located on the outskirts of the city. We get in the bus and drive around Shanghai for what was actually an hour. This time we saw a new district of Shanghai and it was quite different from what we were used to. The houses were old, barely maintained and falling apart. All along the streets were merchants selling all sorts of stuff ranging from foods and other weird things. It was really something you don't see in Canada. At ...