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... br> The sky was dirty. The pollution didn't smell bad, but we couldn't see too far into the distance because of the smog.
We passed a number of docked Chinese naval vessels, including an oddly shaped black submarine, a far different design than our U.S. subs.
We finally docked in a prime location, right in the midst of the tallest of the city’s modern high-rises, and just a short distance from the famous Bund, the wide boulevard ...
We have been fortunate on our travels to have the luxury of time. If we like somewhere we can stay a few days, if we're tired it's ok to have lazy days. However, now that we are due home, we are acutely aware that time is running out, and suddenly we are in a rush and desperate to miss nothing. So, we took an impromptu visit to Shanghai...for five hours. The train was quick, only an hour from Hangzhou: ...
... br> Next our tour group took us to the Bund in Shanghai, along the Huang Pu river, which connects to the Yangtze to the west. This the former colonial "Wall Street" of Shanghai, with buildings of banking and commerce built in western architectural styles by Europeans between1840 and 1930. They are well preserved, and have found new use as hotels and retail space. There is a beautiful riverwalk with the colorful 19th century Atanu Signal Tower of ...
... does battle with the vendor, who keeps pointing at Edward’s wallet pocket and telling him he has more money. The vendor keeps yelling “ 6 dollah, 10 dollah, 12 dollah for 6, 2 dollah for one” In the end, Edward buys something like 8 Rolex knock-offs for under $30 US. Tim, on the other hand, is called “cheap” by the various vendors with whom he does battle. One guy keeps karate chopping Tim’s neck and saying ...
... I just got a really good couchsurfing invitation from Beijing, to stay for a few days and go to the Great Wall on Tuesday... so maybe if there aren't any train left for Hangzhou, maybe it's not the worst thing in the world!!
We (Peet and I) have couch surfers coming ourselves next week though; from Tuesday a couple from Finland come to stay :o) Should be interesting to meet them, I'm looking forward to showing them around Shanghai!