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... kilometres squared in area is essentially one massive Perth CBD. Though I personally think no photo can do justice to the beauty we saw today, they come pretty d*** close. I personally took photos in the triple digits.
Alongside the trip to the ‘Pearl/Kebab Tower’ was the tour of the Shanghai Museum is a museum of ancient Chinese art, situated on the People's Square in the Huangpu District of ...
... the bus and hop on board. The bus finally takes off around 9:05. My flight boards at 10:45, leaving at 11:30. How bad can Shanghai traffic be?
It took around an hour to navigate the concrete jungle of condominiums and haze. The bus driver used his horn more than I have in my entire life. Everyone is cutting each other off at the last possible moment. Not to mention the overhanging haze (Did I mention that already?). Reminded me of Kuala Lumpur, ...
... closed, but this is China, so there was another one just down the road…) Portions at this place were absolutely colossal, there’s no way either of us were going finish what was on our plates! Lavinia had banana walnut, and I had double blueberry, it was some damn good eating!!! Of course they were American pancakes, and blueberries are super tasty, but they aren’t golden syrup… so I will still be needing real pancakes still at some point!
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... a super famous poem in China. Seriously, everybody and their monkey knows it over here. Go up to any Chinese person and they will recite it to you (along with at least 100 of the 300 well known Tang Dynasty poems drilled into the brains of every Chinese child at a young age.)
The poem is about an old man who gets up at night, looks at the moonlight on the floor, and thinks about his home. Okay okay, its a but dull I know. Especially for me, as homesickness ...
... happened on the subway. There is absolutely nothing I could do or say to adequately describe the subway system. Even if I could describe it in a normal situation, there are no words for rush hour. The first time I tackled rush hour was with a large group of fellow foreign trainers. That was good because it meant that when we got sandwiched to the back of the subway car, at least we somewhat knew one another. It also meant that when I got shoved, ...
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