Rayfont Shanghai Nanpu Hotel
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... between the three colour options. We also did some present shopping for others in the scarf department.
Credit cards suitably stretched, we boarded the bus again and headed off to Jinxi. It was about an hour's drive to the west of Shanghai and Alan kept us entertained with stories about his life and family, together with a few jokes. The weather gradually improved as we drove (and the smog lifted), so it was nice sunny weather when we arrived in Jinxi. The bus ...
... you'd think we'd be used to that since we live in Florida but we had to find ways to cool down. Water soaked hankies seemed to be the best way to cool off since there was no air conditioning. One of the more interesting things that we saw while walking through the streets was a chef hand rolling Noodles. If you do not know what hand rolled noodles are - they are ...
... it rotting). I’ve also noticed at this market that round onions were nowhere to be seen which may explain how I’ve managed to avoid a digestive upset so far. Spring onions are aplenty and used liberally, but thankfully, mainly the green part which I can tolerate. I’m very relieved. And thankfully also, bananas are easy to find so Aadi always has something she can eat.
Buying bananas was a lesson in itself. You could wait all day in the fruit ...
... points out yellow condo buildings, which are the most expensive in China, going for $12 million US. On the west side of the river, where we stand, David points out the old custom house, the Peace Hotel, and all the banks now along the Bund. It is an impressive line of banks and buildings which clearly establishes Shanghai as the commercial and financial center of mainland China. We walk along the Bund on this fabulously glorious day with blue ...
... it didn't matter that I didn't find the hostel, since I just bumped into Margrethe on the street ;)
Cue a week of drinking. The hostel was cool with a nice rooftop bar where they didn't seem to mind you bringing your own beer or even getting food delivered. Why pay 30 quai, when you could spend 2.5 quai (25p) in the supermarket downstairs for a big bottle of Tsingtao? Strange how they let you get away with it....
Most nights we ate cheap in the local restaurants (often ...