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We arrived in Shanghai at 8 am, first impressions of the airport were excellent. Loos every 10 metres lots of flat escalators to whiz you along, friendly customs, baggage claim uncrowded and really quick, luggage deposit easy to find and in the departure area. We took the Maglev, which was easy to find and had a very fast and enjoyable trip, followed by the Metro. All was very easy and with Edouard's (Christina's nephew) excellent directions ...
... first experience with the amazing chinese language (and folk). But we did it. So we began to discover the city and its magic.
Starting from People's Square, we found ourself starving, so we walked around the Huangpu district, but keeping an eye on all restaurant. We founded different small street markets and street food sellers that left us amazed from their cooking game.
We decided to follow the Lonely Planet tips and we try ...
... of it or see boiled rice again. Following lunch we went to the silk factory which was very interesting and also very tempting. We restrained ourselves from making too many purchases, however lorn was less enthusiastic and didn't really understand why anyone would want silk bed products and luckily stopped me from purchasing a duvet cover for £250 which I miss read as £25. Next stop was the French Concession an area of ...
... a picture, they just took a picture. One guy even had his Ipad to do this. China and their Ipads. Really.
On the first night of Chinese New Year, there were AMAZING fireworks, all over the city! It was bananas! It seemed like everybody, everywhere was setting them off in their complexes all over the city. We could see them for miles. It was quite beautiful and nice to celebrate it in a family-style way with Jamie and I. Most people in China celebrate this holiday ...
... spent a decent time at the top of the stairs, which only led us to the Budda statue’s base, and then descended back for lunch. Lunch was then followed by another hour’s trip to a pottery town thing. Pretty much the area had a lot of people carving and sculpting numerous pottery items. What they were doing was absolutely amazing; however, I really had no incentive to buy their hand-crafted, thousand-dollar tea sets. We did get to meet many of the ...