Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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... a lost bag it was then on to a bus for the trip into town and our hotel.
The bus trip in took 1 hour. Looking around you'd swear you were still in Melbourne other than they were driving on the wrong side of the road....
Upon arrival at the Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, we were greeted with a luxury looking place....very palatial and quite impressive. This place was huge!!! The staff were very polite and eager to help out wherever ...
... we had an awesome time. There was a part of the track where I always drifted, which was scary at first but a complete adrenaline rush. I think they actually greased that spot so you could drift on purpose... And like I said, if I were to have wiped out with another car, it would have been bad news bears. There was nothing preventing us from falling out of the car or barrelling through the few tired they piled up into the cement. I was going around so fast that I actually made myself ...
... accommodation when I got here. It also means I don't have to cough up any more money for my stay here.
Wandered for ages looking for food and ended up with a Ceaser Chicken Burger. I need to eat western food while I am here. The local restaurants were really full and the street food although it looks okay wasn't tempting. After being sick at the beginning of the week I won't risk too much at the moment.
Off on the Big Bus today hopefully so you will hear about it.
... room are bed sheets, I’m certainly glad about that.
After sorting out the necessary things such as opening a bank account, exchanging my Euros for RMB and buying a Chinese sim card, I collapsed into a deep sleep at 8pm. Sleep much needed, and sleep that went a long way to kicking jetlag’s ass, or so I hope.
Check in with me soon for I will make my way back to this campus restaurant with wifi after more experiences here in ...
... process that goes into producing silk goods, and also fun to do some shopping.
For lunch we ate a local dumpling restaurant where we ordered all different types of dumplings and learned how to eat them Chinese-style. They are very different from American versions of dumplings, and require extreme chopstick dexterity to eat in a socially acceptable manner. I failed miserably (I need my fork and knife!), but the food was exquisite once you managed to get it ...