Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Oriental Shanghai
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... by misty cloud.
Instead we enjoyed a Chinese Tea Ceremony where we learnt all about the drink we are going to live on for the next 5 weeks. Tea drinking will never be the same again.Finished the day back at the French Concession where we savoured some Vietnamese cuisine for dinner. We wandered back to our warm hotel for a shower and a glass of red. ...
... toilet so
it seems like a no brainer. It turns out the toilets are nothing but
a mere hole in the floor. I just realllllly thought the airport wouldn't do that. I took one look at them and flat out refused. I briefly thought, “I just wont go to the toilet this whole time I'm here”. Ill have to face it at the hotel I thought. Where I can squat in
privacy. By this stage I have been in transit for 12 hours and im so
tired I feel as though I might not ...
... 8217; My phone awkwardness is also, at last, improving since I had to do a phone interview today. Although I did start it off by saying ‘hello! Thanks for calling’ and then realized I’d called him… minorly awkward. Trying to cover it up by saying ‘I mean, thanks for picking up!’ doesn’t really remedy the situation either. Excited about going to do a restaurant review tonight- free three course meal for two AND I ...
... worth the price, if you want to spend that much money. The best part is that you’ll pay half here what you’d pay in the States. However, it’s still a lot of dough. A couple of people in the group purchase carpets, which will be shipped home. Our next stop in the factory is a paper cutter, who produces brilliant works of art from cut paper. She cuts a rooster in front of us. We are amazed by her precision and her ...
... a magnetic field on a track at 300km and hour. Coolest 8 minutes ever! The flight was delayed a few hours, which just seems the norm in China, so I treated myself to a Burger King, and looked forward to a 40 hour stop-over in Hong Kong before the week in Tokyo. Time enough to explore HK before my 'proper' visit there in 9 days. Farewell to mainland China for now, but I'll be back. I was excited to be moving on with the trip, and to top it off, the in-flight movie was Avengers. HELL YEAH! :)