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... I learnt some new Chinese words - Hongshaorou which is a mothers dish of pork. Apparently when you eat it you should always think of your mother. Turbot which is a fish and Doefu a dish I don't know but loved. I am now waiting for a tailor to come to our room to measure me up for clothes. I have no idea what to expect but our guide assured us he would be cheaper than anyone else. She is coming back to translate for us. Watch this ...
... than most big cities, but with the usual neck ache from all the peering skyward. We visited the HSBC Tower (for cash and a look around), then walked from the Pearl Tower down the riverbank, looking across to the Bund waterfront on the other side. This is the more classical part of Shanghai, built in the city's golden period (circa 1850-1935), when the city grew up as a trading post for the West. Beautiful.
We took the Jinling ferry ...
... scale model of the city) and went inside to the welcome air conditioning (even after not too long in the heat, the sweat was dripping off us!). We explored there for a while and saw this amazing 600 square metre model of the city- really really cool! Put it all into perspective. Once I finally dragged robs away from the model and out of the museum, we found people's avenue (well the underground part of it anyway with shops & some food). We also had ...
... a turkey and distributing dishes to the tables. We headed upstairs to our reserved table and walked into a completely different atmosphere. There were 2 tables that had about 10 or 12 Chinese people and 2 Western people sitting at them. Many of them were shouting and chugging their beers as we were walking up the stairs. There was also a table of other Western people. We sat down at our table and watched the large group for entertainment until the waitress came over and asked ...
... on a stick. Finally, it was time to go to the Mag-lev train station to take the 8 minute, 20 mile trip to Pudong International Airport. This was a very fun experience. Amazingly, when we arrived at the airport our bus driver was at the airport with all of our luggage. Our flight had already been delayed and our layover in LA was less than 2 hours. We were concerned that we might have a hard time getting our luggage, going through customs and ...