Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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... I have not seen any blue sky since arriving and I don't think you would even if it was a nice day. The pollution is amazing. On the bus back to Shanghai we found out our hotel had changed name and ownership, there was no hot water and they wanted twice the price per night. We booked into another hotel for the same price and was a lot ...
My journey begins with a weekend in Shanghai. The plane was stopping there .... so why not! My flight was quite a bit late getting in on Friday night. We got caught in crazy Friday evening rush hour traffic. Had quite a bit of time to 'talk' with the taxi driver although his english was poor and my Chinese of of any dialect is considerable worse. We were stopped at a stop light and he pulls out his wallet and turns to me showing me a $20 U.S. ...
... They say this trip will be a lifechanging opportunity for us and for our teams moving forward into the final year of the program, but really, I am so excited bc it's only going to get better from here! Unbelievable the family-like atmosphrere we are creating. 4 hours to go to Shanghai: We just finished crossing Russia and are now beginning to head south now down the coast of Asia with about 4 hours to go to Shanghai. Still many of us are still up. It's 9pm our time and ...
... the case this week and I get to tell you all about more dumpling making and our trek to the Nike Logistics Center outside of Shanghai. Now, let's begin!
Back in Beijing, I got to try my hand at making some dumplings with the BICC. It was a good time, and I found that I enjoyed it quite a bit, though it is a lot of work. So, here I am in Shanghai, and I get an email from the program coordinator, Adam Arthur, that we'd be making dumplings during the week. My response ...
... Leshan and Chengdu. Unfortunately due to the flight delay, we had missed the last high-speed Mag-Lev train into Shanghai, so it was either a slow train or a taxi for me, but then Bob said that as he would claim his taxi fare back anyway, I could share his taxi into Shanghai, then I could carry on to my hostel. This saved me about fifteen quid! Glad I bumped into Bob as he was travel guide, Chinese career advisor, free transport and taxi driver translator rolled into one!