The Hongta Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Shanghai
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... etc. Half of the performers could have made China's Olympic gymnastics team. Brennan really loved the show and when the knife thrower asked the audience for a volunteer, Brennan's hand shot up. Luckily, Grandpa pulled it down before he was spotted. He laughed the entire way through that act as the knife thrower pretended to throw at the poor blind-folded tourist.
What a great way to cap off a truly amazing day in Shanghai.
Arrived at Shanghai Pudong Airport at 7am. The pollution and smog were terrible. We were supposed to fly at 9am but were delayed. They boarded us at 9.30am and we then sat on the runway until 2.30pm before we were given clearance to take off. The passengers were incredibly patient apart from some shouting at midday when we weren't being told anything. We missed our connection from Kuming to Chiang Mai, but Chona ...
... anyways, after that traumatizing incident, we landed in Shanghai. We walked around a bit and saw the Oriental Pearl Tower and the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel. We also went on a Maglev, which is a magnetic levitating train that goes super fast! In the Oriental Pearl Tower the view was amazing! It was so cool because the floor and walls of the very top of it were glass, as you can see from our pictures! I met some
Chinese girls my age in the tower ...
... they don’t know the fun of running in the game.
5) Now turn left at the end of the long journey.
6) When the water comes turn right again and walk through the tree lined path.
7) Now take a left and cross the hole where the underground path lies.
8) Now go past all those horses waiting for their owners to get off work to speed them home again.
9) Now no honking your horn or you will wake the Pirate that is guarding the Monkey ...
... when I get wifi so I can copy and paste it straight into my blog and publish a weeks worth of entries. Oh Glen Waters is my Dad, he's not actually called that, its an alias, which is why he knew my posts were coming-as per the comment, as I had a quick skype conversation with them whilst online. Everyone else went out for dinner and to some bars. Me and Fiona stayed in, we were tired, and I had lots of 'work' to catch up with on my blog. We ended up going to the golden arches for ...