Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Shanghai (Minhang District)
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... doing! We needed to get some washing done as we were heading for the Tran-Mongolian railway on an 11 day tour with no washing, and hadn't done any for a while. The first issue was Bing. Bing is Microsoft's search engine, and it is **** house! Unfortunately its one of the only ones that works in China as Google and China had a falling our a little while ago! That in itself wouldn't be too bad except that all of the web browsers we have use Google Translate - Denied! And almost ...
... as him. Fortunately I banned the use of hairspray and product.
Sunday I spent walking around to see what has changed since my last visit in October (more things than not in modern Shanghai!). To my horror the local Indian Kitchen Restaurant is being remodeled and is closed for the foreseeable future. There goes my evening Dahl and Lassi while watching either Bollywood extravaganzas or Indian cricket. The food is simple and ...
... taste-fulfilling than the last. After the extremely patient wait for the key cards to be handed in, we began our adventure, taking a bus to the riverside Bund (外滩). This was essentially the riverside, presenting a breathtaking view of Lujiazui (陆家嘴) and the Huangpu River (黄浦江). Once more, several students became key objects of interest for the locals and had ...
... but I find it pretty entertaining. Better than a gossip magazine at least. The point of this message is largely to say that this trip is changing me. While I still have an old part of who I was, I recognize so clearly just how blessed I am to be here experiencing what I am. I have the opportunity to see an entirely new world, enjoy the company of such a variety of people, and all the while, I feel love and support so strong from home. This a beautiful ...
... 6 days in Beijing, it is time to explore another big 19-million (official calculation) city – Shanghai. And what would be the best way to cross the distance (>1250KM) between those two immense cities? Correct! The bullet trains – or as the Chinese would say the G-trains (the really fast ones!) They reach an average speed of around 300 km/h. That is at perfect circumstances.
As we left our hostel Peking Yard in Beijing, it was snowing! We could not ...