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... station. Thankfully Christian did mandarin at school so his
language skills are much much better than ours and he was able to get us
tickets. As we bought the cheapest tickets we could get I was expecting very
uncomfortable, hard seats and being squished in with hundreds of Chinese people.
But the gods were kind and the train was much better than I was expecting…. Unlike
our trains at home, the trains here are arranged in groups of six or ...
... know how very difficult it was for me not to steal him and have an adopted asian tour baby!) Every morning I would walk to wok via the beach front and do the same on the way back with a beer in hand. I also watched the sunrise on the beach a handful of times, swam in the sea and listened to music by sunset with a picnic blanket and western food treats brought from the international supermarket!! All in all an incredible ...
... give it some thought. Thanks for asking.
On Oct 9th Flo asked if we had visited Nagasaki ground zero. Sorry Flo but there just wasn’t time. I regret not being able to now though.
On Oct 12, June asked if the picture I took coming through the Inchon Locks was morning or evening. June it was on arrival in the morning. The next day we left the harbor just as the sun was setting in the South China Sea and at one point there was ...
... speaking ladies at the shuttle point to help everyone. The drivers willingly lifted scooters and wheelchairs into the luggage bays of the buses. The respect the culture shows for the elderly was obvious throughout the visit.
Safely back on ship, we spent a beautiful and clear afternoon enjoying the weather by walking laps and reading out on deck.
We celebrated the nice day by having dinner in the specialty restaurant, The ...
... and mystery meats on a stick. Many locals were having lunch there and it made for a great people watching experience.
We’ll be at sea tonight and tomorrow, arriving in Shanghai at 9 p.m. tomorrow evening.
We like to take the galley (kitchen) tour when offered and always learn something new. Today we learned that over 100 people work in the galley and ...