Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... quickly. My other strategy is to hide behind the old women... They confidently walk VERY SLOWLY across, without looking in any direction, without hesitating, or jumping aside, or flinching when their toes are nearly taken off by a 5 ton bus BLARING its horn as it speeds past at 30MPH.... smh... I don’t want to die in China....Leesa, Jason, and Niall all thoroughly enjoy teasing me as I cross in my various states of panic...
The metro was easier today ...
... but that included the coach use and train ticket. At either end of the carriage it showed the current speed of the train and it accelerated rapidly to reach the maximum speed of 451 Kms/hr. most of the time it was going around 430 Kms/hr.
There are two trains that run, one leaving each station (Shanghai and airport) at the same time. It passes in a blur at the half way mark - but we did manage to catch it on video. When we got back to the ...
... culture. A new friend of mine, who is also infatuated with Doctor Who, took me to the restaurant to introduce me to this cuisine. We sat down and started filling out this prefabricated paper sheet the size of a place mat with everything we wanted inside. What immediately shocked me was the amount of items she kept checking off. She ...
... there were terraced gardens high on the more accessible slopes and what looked like orange tree groves. On our arrival at Yangshuo, we were warned by our new local guide Merrick, not to take photos of the traditionally dressed Chinese men with yokes and cormorants because they will demand money and get very angry if it is not forthcoming. He also warned us about bargaining with the local market stallholders, if you touch something, you are expected to ...
... abilities. We just talked for an hour, which was just me asking questions, and ate melon and drank water with something in it. Not sure what it was inside but it tasted nice. I found out as I was leaving that she had a school book we should have been working from. Silly Sophie. She just didn't want to do any work. Whatever, I still got paid. I got home, did some more work, and then Scott and I headed out to Hong Mei for date night. Scott probably wouldn't call it that but it ...