Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel
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... so we couldn’t get in! MAR FUN!!!!
We had no choice but to hail taxi #4 @ 12.20am for the night to take us to Hongqaio Airport instead to bunker down for the night. The airport had also ‘closed’ for the night (roads in were cordoned off), but we managed to sneak in via the arrivals channel and found some ‘half-star’ rated airport seats to call a bed for the night!
Can things get any ...
... pollution reading Shanghai has ever had. By noon, I had bought a mask before going to the other side of town to observe classes. The mask was a decent one made by "3M company", but it felt inadequate.
The pollution was worse when I started the long bus ride back home. Friday rush hour through the strange new greenish murky world had the ...
... they might speak English? But also questions like.. Is consumerism a bigger deal in China than at home? How does the overwhelming number of imposter brands affect brand value? etc.
Because I don't want to forget anything, I've decided to start taking videos right as I see something special. Thankfully, narcissistic looking selfie-videos in China are not too out of place!
My first video is about my walk in the rain this morning. Enjoy!
... one man offer us hashish and Tim got lucky and two women approached him and offered him a massage with a happy ending. Seems you can get anything in Shanghai!
The next day we were so excited to find one of our favourite activities which we have not done for a long time… An audio bus tour, yay! Only £3 each, amazing. So we were transported around the city to the main sights and having done a full loop decided to stay on and go to Shanghai Old Street, which ...
... fall asleep.
Number three: They cleaned my ears. After the wash, the sweet, small and delicate Chinese woman produced a swab. I panicked. I only came in for a haircut, not a medical examination. She brandished the swab like a weapon and stuck it into my dirty, great Western ear. Thank goodness I'd had my ears syringed before leaving the UK, or I would hate to have imagined what she would have found in there.
After that, my new haircut and ...