Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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... gardens in China and it really didn't feel that busy, unlike most things here! One of my favourite bits was the cool wall shaped like a dragon. There was a small pathway over one of the ponds and there were so many brightly coloured, fat Koi surrounding the walkway. People were crouching down and taking pictures. One man decided to start stroking them and one of the Koi jumped out of the water and scared the man! So funny! When I came out of the garden I went to some of the ...
... the app 'Hi Shanghai'. It's great. You search for a place and then turn it on it's side and it's a ticket for the taxi. The downside is that they could just take you anywhere, which, happens alot. They point and order you to pay, you accept in the hope that your destination is within some kind of walking distance.
Anyway, the taxi driver tried to drop us off at the train station (i was told this was 20 minutes from where we wanted to be), then a travel agent...and ...
... in Chicago to go through passport control, a mad dash to find our bags which were on the floor somewhere by the luggage terminal, a few minutes in customs to almost-miss our flight while rechecking the bags only to find out the flight was delayed. We got to our gate and Josh bought a last magnet, this one for Chicago. He buys a magnet at each city we travel to - our refridgerator shows off our trips to Seattle and every city visited on the honeymoon cruise. Most of ...
... on the street, in restaurants, shops, taxis… I really do speak plenty of Chinese on a daily basis, and I never get lazy and try to see if the person happens to speak English either.
The funny thing about the Chinese people is that when they think you don’t understand them, they choose to shout at you as opposed to speaking slower and clearer. I often find myself wondering if I’ve done something wrong or if that person is just in a really-bad-mood all of ...
... and walk past shops selling incense and prayer beads. Our first stop is the park on the temple grounds. Here we see the wall of Buddhas. Over 338 carved Buddhas adorn the wall. These Buddhas date back over 1,000 years and survived the Yonge, Ming, Qing dynasties. When Mao came to power he tried to destroy the wall, but Zhou En Lai protected the wall. Today, the wall is a tourist draw. David explains the largest Buddha carving. One hand up and ...