The Peninsula Shanghai
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... the altars but kept watching us as if we were going to take the fruit/vegetables.
We went shopping at a local market to buy the makings for our lunch: fish still swimming, yams and other vegetables. We left the bartering to Miki and it seemed things got a bit heated with the bartering for the fish. It ended with the fish being tipped back into the tub and Miki moving onto another vendor.
The venue for lunch was the home of a local retired ...
... tons of different little boutique shops. It was really cool. A few of us, myself included are getting a little sick. I am pretty sure it is from the poor air quality, especially in the dorm where we are staying. I feel great once I leave the room for the day. However, if I need to get a Zpack, they cost 10 RMB here, or less than $2US. Socialized medicine.
Happy Fourth of July! I am 12 Hrs ahead!
... Man" but they didn't know it. Much to my surprise and enjoyment, when I asked if they had learned it, she said yes and she said they learned it just for me. They also invited me to come on stage with them and sing. Of course, I ran up on stage as fast as I could and sang the song with them. It was pretty awesome. Jan also had us over to his house on his birthday to eat hot pot. I think I've written about hot pot before, but if you've forgotten (or I forgot to ...
... crossing the river by the Bund known as the Light Tunnel. This is a pedestrian transit tunnel crosses the Huangpu River from the Bund. Passengers board slow-moving powered vehicles which travel along the tunnel, with light effects projected onto the walls of the tunnel. It is a psychedelic journey from one side of the city to the other - much more costly than using the metro or ferry but fun and well worth the trip! ...
... you to drink, like it seems they do more of on other cruises.
Guiltily, I have not checked out the gym yet. In my own defense, I really still had the flu when I got on the ship and. Hve been touring pretty steadily since then.
Someone wrote a comment asking what the weather is like. It is early spring I this part of China and not particularly warm. Has been in the high 30's in the morning (wish I had brought gloves) for our tours and ...
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