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... surprisingly!) and the taxi driver spoke no English at all! We were saved though by the effective street signage the Shanghai Metro uses. We saw the sign for a station on the line that we wanted and - by gesticulating wildly! - we managed to stop at the station and get a train. The Mag Lev got us to the airport in good time, but not plenty, and a frustrating evening was topped of by paying $50 for a ****** airport meal of two sandwiches, which we only got to eat because the flight ...
First, a quick quiz - on how many bank notes does the image of The Beloved Chairman Mao appear?
Looks like he's back in favour this week.
... outdoor gym was packed with both young and old people. In every corner there was someone dancing, singing (many times different songs about 5 meters away from each other and preferably with a speaker each) or playing badminton. It was really nice to see how people used these parks to come together.
While in Guangzhou we also made sure to visit the Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue king. This is a 2000 year old tomb that was discovered when they planned to build houses in ...
... of the body and some displays about what different diseases looked like. We also found a section where you could test your athletic prowess. I tried my hand at hitting a speed bag (as in boxing). It's a lot harder than it looks! All in all we spent several hours in the museum and still didn't even see all of it (we made the strategic decision to skip the Children's Rainbow Fun Land). After the museum we went to one of Shanghai many malls for lunch. ...
Nihao!!!!!!!! (olá em Chines foi o que conseguimos aprender!)
Espero que estejam todos bem. Pedimos desculpas pela falta de noticícias ontem. Tivemos um dia um pouco estressante em função da compra dos tickets de trem. Já antecipavamos ser um pouco ruim o processo aqui na China, mas não imaginamos que fosse tanto. Para corta a historia vamos ter que cortar duas cidades da China pois não não existe nenhum trem vazio!!!! Ficamos um pouco triste mas ...