Marvel Hotel Shanghai
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
A few pictures of India and the chaos of Delhi.
We were greeted at Hong Kong airport by a warm and smiling David Goldstein. Very appropriate that he greet us on the first day of our 20th Wedding Anniversary trip as he was the Best Man at our wedding and just happens to now live in Hong Kong with wife Joanne and kids Alexander and Dana. We were thrilled to discover that the YMCA Hotel on …
... the many skyscrapers hugging the shore disappear, it was a pretty awesome sight. A day later the beautiful volcanic islands of Japan started passing us by and we were pinching ourselves at what we were witnessing. I have always wanted to visit Japan, and there it was, slowly coming into view.
On board we met an almost unbelievably friendly Japanese guy called Miki, who came to sit with us on our dinner table simply because we were the ...
... that you'd expect from a massage; and ended with some surprisingly nice hair tugging!
We were then brought some strange snacks and some free tea, and were left to ourselves to get changed back into our own clothes. :o)
Not much else to report I don't think... Except that one of my classes is going to be filmed next week for training purposes, which means more people in a classroom that's already too small, and a few distracted kids. ...
... my duck-gobbling crown however comes from the ducks heads I once had. And yes, it does look as gross as it sounds. It's basically a cooked head that's cut in half and served on a platter of veg.
Knowing how to eat the head is in itself an art form, and I wasn't sure how to attack it. My friend showed me that first, you peel off and eat the skin around the bill and eye sockets. Next, you pull out the ...
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