Rayfont Shanghai Nanpu Hotel
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... off our feet with their enthusiasm and we all went together to a tea tasting/ceremony they had booked earlier. They were intensely interested in our relationship, and made so many jokes about fertility and romance. He said that we men needed to drink ginseng tea to make us strong like the old emperor, who, he claimed, had 800 concubines. 'How many girlfriends would you like to have?' he asked me. 'Well, I guess about 300.' I replied, though ...
I was up, and running. Every day this week, as an experiment in fitting in short recovery runs and also in order to keep my exercise spreadsheet looking neat-no empty rows for rest days. I'd decided on a cut back week, so only 10 miles or so this morning, which was just as well because my BAFIKed legs had no more in them. I ran along the Han river, and I was on my own. Say no more. Loads of other people out using the riverside, which was great. I had time to book a place for ...
... no sleep, we arrived on Saturday ready to do our worst. Sadly, our good intentions were slightly dashed upon exiting the station and realizing we had forgotten to look up where our hostel was or its address. Pooling our wits, we decided the best bet was to go to the poshest hotel possible (the posher it is, the more likely they speak English) and ask to use their wifi. Feeling slightly out of place in our backpacker’s uniform and greasy hair, we asked to use the wifi since ...
... meal in China. The guy at the noodle bar spoke really good English so I kind of half ordered in Chinese and then ended up just pointing and saying random English words. I opted for the noodle soup, as always, with some dumplings but it turned out to be relatively underwhelming.
Finally, after a few more laps of the airport, I was able to check my bags into the Air China booth and once again practice my broken Chinese. I wandered ...
... toothless man in his late 60’s greeted us at the door.
“Where you been?”
The man remnded me of the images I had seen on Vietnamese post cards. His wrinkly skin and spectacles mad him look a bit like yoda minus the cane.
Our roon was lovely. Two large sprawling beds, a simple t.v. and a small air conditioning unit- the most useful amenity. Roy and I shared a smile as if to confirm our satisfaction with our new place and called it a ...