The Hongta Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Shanghai
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... home to lunch. Chad was heading off to a Rotary meeting, so after only a short time with us, he left. Carolina and I hit the market for round two, just the kids and us. They were awesome again and let us shop for almost two more hours!
We offered to watch Vicky the next morning while Carolina took Tomy to an appointment. She and Sebastian played around the house, and then we took them around the mall to play some more. We had a proper NY style pizza lunch, and all ...
This morning 7 of us met a guide in south Shanghai for a walking tour through the lane ways and alleyways of a typical Shanghai suburb. Today is China's national day so it is a public holiday. The locals were out buying fresh fruit and vegies, doing their washing etc. It was a great tour as we got to see the real daily lives of the locals. It was obvious that not many westerners come through this area as we were definitely a tourist attraction. A highlight of ...
While sailing en route to Shanghai in the East China Sea we had rain on Friday afternoon that continued into the night. Overnight the winds with the rain increased to a level where our port of call in Shanghai had to be cancelled early this morning. At that point we were still 6 hours away from Shanghai with no imminent improvement in the weather ...
... August, I’ll bare the burden, but at this point, I’d much rather not endure the Chinese hardships for the sake of repeating the journey I now seem to already have taken. China just isn’t the country meant for me to connect to, and God knows I wish I had made it to my original intended destination of Nepal. Hopefully my next post is more up beat, or has the intel that a plan ticket home fell from the sky and into my lap. Until Next time.
- TJ ...
... see if we could find a pharmacy. I needed something for my sinuses and John wanted something for a cold sore. No one in the pharmacy spoke English, so we used sign language to explain what we wanted...I was handed a package of noseplugs and John was shown the shaving section.
We met up with the rest of our group and went to the famous Nanjing Road East, Shanghai's #1 shopping street, approximately 5 km long for pedestrians ...