Jin Sha Hotel
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... it was pretty impressive. My favourite part was the jellyfish which were lit up with colourful UB light! I also loved the seals, I felt like they were swimming passed everyone to show off! Also the penguins were cute! There was a bit where you were allowed to put your hand in one of the fish tanks and the fish would nibble your hand, it was so weird and tickley! There was a tunnel you could walk under and see loads of sharks swimming above: this was by far the ...
... flexible ladies and very energetic boys jumping through hoolahoops about 4 meters in the air, and the best in my eyes maybe...a man on a moving steel log, building up his own platform with drinking glasses and plywood 4 levels high, while throwing china bowls with one of his feet onto his head ....5 of them....then a glass intothe bowls....then a spoon intothe glass all standing on one leg while ...
After Beijing was Shanghai… A completely different experience again!! I still have to say Qingdao wins hands down in my opinion!! But in saying that, we turned up to the hotel lugging heavy bags up many stairs just to get to the reception. Once we got our keys, we discovered our door could barely open and close without exerting much force and a large bang.. Then the internet chord was broken.. There was no hot ...
... them, and while I was doing so, it occurred to me that my conversational skills with strangers have gone seriously down hill!
"What do you like? - I like apples." is almost as good as it gets these days! :oP OK, a slight exaggeration there, but when it comes to people with whom I don't find something in common, I struggle on what to say after ' who are you, where do you come from, how long have you been in Shanghai, what do you ...
... gave me a mean look, threw down the calculator and walked away. I assumed this meant no deal, and walked out of the shop. I got about 6 steps away when we heard a group of people yelling, "LAOWAI, LAOWAI!" (pronounced lao-wei) which means foreigner, foreigner! They motioned me back in, where I got the hat for 12! But once the woman saw the money I had in my wallet she yelled something about 3 quai and walked away as I paid her son, who joined the other folks in ...