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... bread, not sure what was inside so I didn't buy. After Scott's run in with the last pastry, we were reserved. We found out he had pork shavings of sorts in his, and we stayed away from those. We did buy some tasty treats, for about $5 American. I got a delicious pastry with peach and raspberry, and a cake of some kind (I've been craving sweets although I don't eat many of them at home). Scott got a chicken sausage roll and a cheese bread, both delicious. While ...
... lanes, terracotta roofs with curving ends and teak and whitewashed walls and ducks on a small green lake, it felt authentic. And Shu-Hwa and The Lonely Planet were right the dumplings were delicious!. The Old Town swarmed with tourists, mostly from other parts of China, Japan and Korea. Only a few European faces were to be seen in the jostling crowds. In the midst of the all the movement and loud chatter, devout Chinese lit incense ...
So since my birthday is coming up, to be exact its in two days on December 8th,
I’ve been doing quite a lot of thinking about the state of my life recently. Hmmm
what do I say? I’ve been here for over five months now. In the beginning I was
keeping up with my blogging ad letting people know what’s going on with me over
here. But eventually I stopped writing and ever since it’s been hard to start
again. The longer I don’t ...
... dei turisti cinesi tra Mc Donalds, Burgher king e schiffezze di questo genere.
La cittą č bellissima, ma il turismo di massa ( la massa cinese, perchč i turisti occidentali sono veramente pochi) la rende insopportabile.
Scappiamo da Old Town, prendiamo la metro, attraversiamo la cittą e ci rifuggiamo in Doulun Rd. e caminiamo tra botteghe artigiane, boutique, e eleganti palazzi della Shanghai degli anni '20: finalmante quello che cercavamo.
... Venedig des Ostens", wie die Stadt auch genannt wird. Mit dem Hochgeschwindigkeitszug gehts in 21 Minuten vom Shanghai Hauptbahnhof ins 80Km entfernte Suzhou. Maximalgeschwindigkeit 343Km/h!
Mit Venedig ist Suzhou kaum vergleichbar, ausser vielleicht durch das schmutzige Wasser. Trotzdem ist die Stadt sehenswert mit all den traditionellen chinesischen Gebaeuden, den Lampionen und relaxten Menschen.
Ueber die gesamte Zeit, ...
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