Shanghai Nanjiao Hotel
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... br> The next problem was a late departure because of a TYPHOON!!
(explains the rain!) I think it was just the tail end of it though
and soon off we went. A very rocky night followed with many Japanese
being sick everywhere in the plentifully well hung around blue sick
bags. However, my travel sickness tablets kept me strong and after
some time on the stormy deck, watching breaking bad, and then on the
second calmer day and night eating, mooching around ...
... of the simple fact that, well, you're allowed to. For crying out loud, you can own a gun! Even police, in many countries in the world, can't carry guns for fear of political upheaval.
Ok--this rant went much further than I ever wanted or anticipated, but I recently read a man's blog post where he endlessly complained about Obama, so I had to equally complain about him to continue the circle of complainers. I just wanted to share my opinions, as worthless ...
... hotel and decided to take it and see what happens. We visited one lobby and it did not look good so we crossed it into Motel 168. It was here we found the Vita Spa, a small establishment that offered massage, hairdressing, pedicure, hot drinks and free Wi-Fi amongst other things. We asked if we could just take a shower to which the lady smiled and said all three of you…..together? Obviously tempting as you can imagine much spluttering and panicked ...
... Over 2,200 people reside in 1 square kilometer. Houses are too expensive so 2-3 generations share the same roof. Some houses are so small they are referred to as “a dog’s tail can only go up and down.” The government is replacing many of the shabby houses. Over 3.5 million people have been relocated into new housing. If a person does not like the new place, they can get cash and find something else. David says young ...
... t have to turn down the picture taking requests of other nice, genuine tourists.
Whilst Shanghai's international characteristics feel anachronistic, that's not to say the place does not have the touch of 'real China'. The now familiar sights of people washing the dishes on the street, dogs wearing hoodies, or retirees exercising Tai Chi-style in the park are still commonplace here. Given the way the world is moving, perhaps this is a glimpse of ...