Minya Hotel Pudong Shanghai
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... and people roll them two at a time in the palm of the hand to stimulate blood flow. The more they are handled, the most the oils of the skin polish them. I'm told some pairs are sold for tens of thousands of dollars or more.
Waiting for Art to get out of a meeting, we walked around the French Concession area. The streets were canopied with so many arching trees you would never think this was a city of tens of millions. Flowers ...
... city, It was pretty interesting and had a super panoramic video setup that flew you through the cityscape that was pretty cool I will try and attach a short clip. I also found this funny little cartoon tucked in a corner (Pic 18)
Hope everything is good in your parts of the world.
P.S My dad mocked me for Yorkshire Tea to China the land of Tea. Well it made me the most popular lad in town tonight I was sharing dorms with a guy ...
... found an Irish bar & joined in with a flash mob on the Main Street, was brilliant craic! I had a great time in China & loved everything i got to see but the culture is just so different & I was shocked to find that things like the one child policy still exists here. We are now off on our own, no more organised tours, no more fancy hotels, this is where the real backpacking starts!! Onto ...
... the inspiration for willow patterned china.
Back on the bus to cross the great Nanpu Bridge for a tour of the Pudong district, the region put aside in 1990 for redevelopment to entice foreign investment and drive the city into the 21st century. Here we went up the Jin Mao tower, the 2nd tallest building in the world. To the 88th floor in about the same time as it took us ...
... have to remember who they're catering to. This is entirely necessary."
Me: "I guess, it's just not my cup of tea."
Of course, the conversation was more complicated and lasted longer than that but I can't remember the details. I just remember that it didn't go the way I hoped it would. I suppose it was because I wasn't open with the fact that I felt uncomfortable in that environment. It isn't surprising that Mitchell misunderstood me because the way I approached ...