Shanghai Hunan Hotel
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... br> 11pm, and went to the Marriott Central for cocktails first. We were
taking photos in the lounge bar when a lovely lady asked if we wanted
one taken together. She had recognised Will's accent and she and her
husband were from Scotland. They introduced themselves as Robin and
Jacqui and invited us to join them for drinks. Robin is the CEO ...
... a deliberate attempt to be this close to each other.
We came upon another photo shoot scene at the intersection of the street in front of the hotel and the Suzhou Creek Bridge. This is the third or fourth time we’ve spotted these shoots.
Back in the room, we settled in for a short nap before supper. Guess what happened, we missed eating again. We didn’t wake up until about 0300 again Saturday ...
... and 4 other cities to UK control (era of the Uk Empire). Second opium War was 1860. Hong Kong was controlled by the British for 99 years, therefore English language is not a problem. Hong Kong was returned to China control in 1997- one country, two systems. Also, during WWII Chinese embassy in Austria is said to have issued 20,000 visas to Jewish people (Schindler saved 10,000 Jews), the Jewish people were ...
... all part of the same church group and I'm told there will be 'devotion and some singing' so I'm quite worried about that! Not the religious stuff, but more that I'm going to stand out like a big non-believer who doesn't belong!
Now I have to think of something good to say that I'm thankful for!
(I can't say everything because we'd be there for ever (unless I actually said "everything"...) so I just want an eloquent way to say the main things!)
... most people would rather go to a notoriously frigid place with a large group of really awesome people than a relatively temperate (or possibly hot) locale with one or two less cool people. Our group is great. I'll tell you all about them in the next post. For now, I have to get ready for a night out. Eating out costs about $1.50 per person for a meal and leftovers. I may not cook for an entire year...
Adventure (and obesity) is out there!