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... a pose or taking a selfie. Arms too short? No problem, they mount their smartphones on the end of a telescopic pole -ingenious! To be honest, the sheer volume of people at the some of the places we visited has been overwhelming, at times just too much. Gradually though we came to realise that the people were part and parcel of the tourist experience. From girls in cocktail dresses and vertiginous heels to capsule families (mum, dad and regulation ...
... intrepid travellers. They are in their late 70s or early 80s and they decided to do their own thing this morning. They asked staff if it was OK to walk across the bridge which separates the cruise terminal from the port area and were told that it was too far to walk. They then spoke to a Chinese policeman standing close by and in his broken English said that it would she fine. So they set off and walked a long way around the ...
... they have national holidays here but they are quite different from national holidays in other countries, as everyone still goes to work- they just feel happy because its a national holiday. The only places that are closed are government offices, schools and universities. The only difference between a public holiday and a normal day is that there are more kids, teachers and government officials around in the street on a public ...
... and bone. The beef was a little better but still quite fatty. There was an odd vegetable that Josh said tasted like green beans but made the inside of my mouth burn with intense fire. The service was utterly lacking. You win some, you lose some.
On the way back we wandered into a nice garden with a water fountain and performance space - maybe used for weddings - belonging to another hotel in the area. We stayed there for awhile contemplating our last night in China ...
... food. One noodle wrap, veggie fried rice and eggie flatbread later we were well and truly stuffed and full of energy to battle the crowds down the main shopping street towards the Bund and Financial District. When we got there we sat down on some steps and chilled whilst admiring the view and people watching as the crowds scurried past until Dave had a baby thrust at him for a photograph. He quickly panicked so I ...