Lansheng Hotel Shanghai
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Having survived a mad last day at work, emotional hugs from work colleagues (clearly doubting my return), borrowed/sourced sleeping bag liner, 100% DEET, mosquito nets and Malarone followed by a truly poor quality packing session at home, it was a relief to reach Heathrow T5 and board the flight to Shanghai! One good thing about not having taken long-haul holidays for 2 years meant that there were enough airmiles in the bank to pay for a club world flight. ...
... area and then caught the subway to Yu Yuan gardens which is a newly build shopping area but in an old chinese style architecture. Had the best Xiaolongbao in Shanghai, its a dumpling with soup inside, was very cheap and the best snack we had in our trip so far. Went back to hostel and then went out for a meal with Jenny and a few friends to a Sichuan restaurant, was really good. After went to the Shed which is a little pub near Jing'an ...
... but the sky remained grey. The weakened rays shone through with an odd light, a bit like what we have in Australia when bush-fire smoke is around.
We passed mile after mile of apartment blocks, one after another, in the foreground and also in the distance, some 8 floors high, most very much higher, and it was depressing to think that I was possibly looking at what big cities might look like in the future. Very occasionally there would be just ...
... of conformity, in Shanghai it is one of individual expression. We saw women wearing more make-up, men and women with dyed hair colours and fashion trends comparable to what one would see in North America or Europe. At times our walks throughout the city felt like we were back home in North America. This feeling of home all went away the moment we tried to cross a street. Being a pedestrian in Shanghai, you are regarded at the last ...
... Even the statues of the temple considerably resembled angels overlooking the parishioners from above. The church was a huge example of western influence on the East. I couldn’t deny my amazement of the glamour to the building nor the extent to which western influences had changed the architecture of temples from their typical Asian styles. I got a good look at each statue and painting located within, and felt very at home in a cathedral similar to ...
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