Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel
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... my dough ball was full of pork though which was a bit of a surprise. Afterwards I did a bit of research on where I wanted to go the next couple of days and then headed to bed around 9pm, planning to get up fairly early the next day.
The Chinese don’t really understand a lie in and all get up at around 6-7am, by 7:30 the street is a hive of activity. The first place I decided to go was the Old City which was a 15 minute walk away. After getting a pancake ...
... wandered around Peoples Square until I heard the sound of a lot of whistling and shouting in the distance so again following my ears I went for a wander. I was so surprised to stumble upon a full blown protest. Pretty unheard of in China's totalitarian state. So I walked right into the middle of it all to try and figure what it was all about sadly there pidgin english and my complete lack of Chinese meant I only figured out that they were generally very ticked off with the ...
... Since our flight was delayed by 90mins, hostel considered us a no-show and gave our room away. Lucky... They had one room left. Unlucky... It was a twin share so I had to share a single bed with Aadi (my 8 month old daughter). Dreams of a restorative sleep after 13 hrs transit, dashed. Lucky... We have the Australian consulate to help us after HOURS of trying to contact Amex from our hostel but the numbers appeared to be disconnected. The hostel staff ...
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If ever there was a really great Friday, then Friday, November 30 was it! Well first of all it was great because it was Friday. Also, the music classes went very well.
But 4:00PM was when it got really great! I was sitting in ...
... left Oz. Graham used his new purple dr dre headphones bought at the market yesterday for all of 200 Yuan, $30 odd dollars. We probably still got ripped off and we're sure they can't be the real deal, but we had fun with the bartering game anyway. Guilin was just over a two hour trip from Shanghai. No lunch on the plane, just a snack and guess what ? Me no like the snack ! We were met by our guide Nora ...