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shanghai shanghai.. stayed at nanjing area... it was bad timing as the chinese had a week long holiday.. all the locals from the nearby provinces all went to shanghai and literally packed the nanjing road... but it was really a nice experience to see all the chinos and chinas.. the real ones.. went to the famous pearl orient tv tower and the 2nd …
... the Jimboa tower which is the 3rd tallest building in the city offering a great view. Appreciating the city was a key part of our visit, and like he other great world cities they are best explore by wondering. Our hotel was on Nanging road which is the main shopping street, so we were able to stroll down which was most pleasant. There was a surprising amount of street entertainment, with a man leaning out a balcony singing one afternoon, and one night we passed a series ...
Sorry it's been about 2 weeks since I've last posted. I have been busy and exhausted. Even though it has been busy, I haven't done to much besides go to work. Monday-Friday we are gone from 8:00-5:00. Every night, Alex and I have been coming home and working on projects we have to do for upcoming lessons and eat dinner. We might watch a TV show and then get ready for bed. I have been going to bed by 10. Getting up by 6:00 is a little hard. ...
... Phil this was not going to happen so we took a taxi, but I was so angry as it was literally round the corner from where we were stood! So why rock and wood said it took fifteen min's to walk I have no idea! The hostel was lovely anyway, really clean , lovely communal area huge flat screen tv all very modern and western, it was more like a hotel than a guesthouse/hostel. For around nineteen pounds a night which is pretty cheap for Shanghai! ...
... to Shanghai by the traditional Chinese New year commute. Many migrants travel back to their home towns via train. Huge sleeper trains chunter along day and night in the weeks leading up to CNY. A third level hard sleeper was my preferred option. As I factored on grabbing food on the train from the food cart, I stupidly forgot vegetarian meals are not an option on these trains. Luckily some friendly passengers kept ...
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