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Next stop was the Shanghai Museum with a collection of over 12,000 pieces of Chinese artefacts. The furniture was amazing with wooden carvings and inlaid ivory and jade.Then on to the silk workshop where we heard the monotone presentation of the life of silkworms, before the sales pitch started. Fortunately, no ...
... are going to use. So I had on order two winter coats, two blazers, two pairs of pants and a dress and Tom had two three piece suits, four shirts and a winter coat. The coats were an amazing deal at $78 NZD each and Tom's suits were $120 NZD each. All together I think all of our stuff came to a total of just under $850 NZD. Such a bargain.
So after ordering all of our clothes we spent the afternoon wandering around some more. For lunch we went and tried ...
... cross the road, in a world where millions of other people around you have things they want to do too. But unlike what I saw in India, it’s done here with an awareness and respect for your fellow man.
I remember being on a train in India and being asked by a local of my impressions of his country and telling him how perplexed I was by the often disrespectful behaviour I saw (especially at train stations) and his response was that his country was overpopulated and ...
Hhhmmm....it's December and I'm posting a blog about October. Yup. Fact. I guess saying that I'm a little behind is an unnecessary understatement. Whoops.
So in October, China has this little bitty thing called a National Holiday. It's basically like the 4th of July except the exact opposite. You know, we celebrate democracy and well, they celebrate communism. Tomato Tomahto.
This holiday follows on the heels of a traditional festival called ...
... br> The French quarter is full of tree-lined boulevards, and has lots of little fashion shops and Patisseries, but we were here for the Propaganda Museum, which I had been looking forward to. I like the whole communist imagery and propaganda style, recently even more so from following AFC Liverpool, who have a definite Soviet look to the club badge. The problem was that we couldn't find the place anywhere... Eventually a security guard in an apartment block pointed to one of the blocks ...