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... to the airport, where we buy some mooncake type pastry to take home. The EK flight is delayed due to WX but pleasant, but my veggie meal was not loaded. They heat one for me and we receive a tour to the business lounge upstairs. In DXB we have 2 hours, grab coffee & wait for the connecting flight. The latter was uneventful, pleasant and relatively ...
... pieces. Across the road, we popped into a cafe for a quick drink and used their wifi to order another car to take us to Nanjing Road for some distinctly less spiritual activity. After a quick cuddle with the pit bull named Lucky outside, we hopped into our second posh car of the day and set off for the East Nanjing Road, one of the main shopping streets in the city. It was a bit disappointing as you really could have been anywhere, with ...
... was definitely different seeing firsthand how Buddhism works and even though I do not believe in it, I think it is important to learn about it so I can better support my Christian faith. We drove a little over two hours back into Shanghai and ate at a restaurant and bar that served Mexican, American, and Italian food and it was pretty good. Tomorrow, our last day in Shanghai, is supposed to be really packed but I'm so excited and I don't want this trip to ...
... with all of the devices. It makes sense though, expos for pest control and bathroom products are not nearly as sexy as sleek tablets and brand new phones. We had a blast running from booth to booth for the last 20 minutes of the expo. I’ve learned a lot about Frank in the past week.. It seems to me that he derives a lot of his personality from people around him. A good example would be the way he talks to telemarketers. Today he answered ...
... br> With the highest observation deck in the world complete with a sky walk we knew this would be our first stop in Shanghai. Thankfully it was sunny on our first day so we headed straight there by metro. We paid £15 each (our daily budget has long gone since arriving in China) and took a ear-popping lift ride to the 100th floor, it was quite a surreal feeling. We got a panoramic view of the residential area east of Shanghai and on the other side the famous Bund ...