Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
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... we decided to go to the fake market, it was a few stops down on the subway. It was huge, we had a wonder round, I brought a little speaker and 3 pairs of sunglasses which the speaker was a fair price but I got my conversions mixed up and accidentally paid £11 per pair of sunglasses, but let’s not talk about that. After having some fake KFC we headed back to our hostels as it had been a tiring day and I just wanted to chill.
I got back to the hostel and ...
... to see if they are approved, then queue again to pay.
Picking up the visa was a lot less hassle than applying for it fortunately!!
Same queuing up outside to enter one by one, but once inside you just hand over your slip at the window, and the lady hands back your passport :o)
I saw Joonas as I was leaving, so I waited for him and we went for a drink in ...
... of Shanghai. The hotel is steps away from the Nanjing Road, a 3.4 mile long pedestrian walkway that spans China's premier shopping district, and a short walk to the Bund. The Bund, pronounced boo-nd in China, is located along the banks of the Huangpu River with modern Chinese buildings on the east and European architecture on the west. Compared to Beijing, or any city for ...
... Shanghai to get white people into the clubs because then the Chinese think it’s a good place to go? Fools! Anyway, as they exchanged numbers and left we all had a curios look at each other. Was this a trap? What should we do? Free drink all night? The prospect of free drink all night was too big a lure to turn down. What’s the worst that could happen? That it’s empty and we have to move on to somewhere else. So we had a few more drinks at ...
... t smoke too much weed up there!” A few of us chuckled, and I turned my head and yelled “If only!” This made them crack up as well, and I felt glad that our brief moment of interaction, the only one we’d ever have, brought us both hilarity.
We drank and chatted and joked for a long time up there. Malachi and I made man a joke about writing, including how often one uses a semi-colon, what hyphens are for, and many other things that only he and I would ...
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