Shanghai Qing Pu Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... academy, getting the key to my room and discover the shanghai alternative of 'studying'. That is the scariest thought.
However, today all I can think about is how long it will be till I see my family and my friends again. The emotional goodbye at terminal 5 in Heathrow with Thys, was probably the hardest thing I've ever done. Goodbyes are never easy and I knew that, but I ...
... and that was just enough to make me nervous...well, more nervous than I already was.
We briskly walked through the historical wax museum of Shanghai, a place I could have spent hours in, on top of the hours I spent in it last year, but we were on a tight schedule to hit dinner and the Acrobatics show. The students settled down into their chairs after several warnings, and finally became aware that they were watching some of the most amazing ...
... as another couple, went off with a single purpose. One thing we had noticed, even after only one full day in China, was the lack of pubs and bars; I don't think the Chinese are all that big on booze, not the way the Westerners are. :-(
Another thing we noticed, and the Cigar Bar was no exception, is that you can hardly buy any white wine in China; they tend to prefer red. Also, if you do buy wine, they only sell by the bottle, you can't ...
... is a lot lot lot more beautiful at night than during the day. During the day the buildings look bland and all you can’t help but see is the smog and clouds, but during the night all buildings light up and the big movie screens come on it is really breath taking. This view from the Captain’s Bar was absolutely stunning, but any photo’s we tried to take just wouldn’t capture its magnificence and sheer scale ...
... hope that they grow up to be open-minded men who appreciate different cultures, languages, religions and viewpoints.
If that is the case, then we have perhaps succeeded as parents, as did mine.
“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” – Maya ...
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