The Peninsula Shanghai
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We made it to Shanghai! Of course not without a few glitches such as: T breaking her flat bed seat hence forcing us to move seats ( see photo of poor flight attendant trying to fix the bed) I spent 7 hours out of a 14 hour flight trying to figure out why my tv was only in German, until same flight attendant pushed one button and proceeded to laugh …
... sitting on a chocolate mousse cake- heaven! After this I went to Yuyuan in Nanshi to meet my friend Chenrunqui and we explored Nanshi in the night time. It was gorgeous and completely lit up. I love the traditional Chinese buildings. A few of them were sitting on stilts in the water, so beautiful! It was getting late so we went and got some tea in this weird looking seafood cafe, where all the staff had hard in the shape of lobsters. Although it looks a bit weird and basic, I really ...
... edges. However with a bit of a struggle i ordered the following :-
- egg fried rice
- wild rice stems in soy sauce (tastes of parsnips)
- Kung Po chicken and peanuts
- pork in garlic sauce
- seasonal veg and beans
- salt and pepper spare ribs
Everyone agreed the choice was great and the food turned out to some of the best we have had !
Including coke and water for 43 rmb each (£4.30)
I know, I know-the title is tricky. The title implies that I haven't been here three months, am not registered with the Shanghai police and haven't spent hours in a bathroom over questionable street food. However, in a shocking twist, I, along with Mogsy and his friends from Wales spent our first official day as Shanghai tourists!! Many of my fellow trainers in my onboarding group had a few days as tourists before we settled into our centers ...
... exploration we’d embarked on, or just the gravity of the experience as a whole. It was nice to just reflect on the whole thing afterwards while still getting something accomplished, namely, getting back. I enjoyed that day, even if I did get soaked in the downpours of Wuhan or had a sore rump afterwards from all the constant sitting and waiting. Oh well, Wudang Shan was more than worth it.
This was another less than eventful day. ...