Shanghai Grace Land International Hotel
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... 163;3. I have never experienced bartering like it. If they seriously believe that I look like I would pay £60 for a t shirt then travelling pants and knotted dried hair is the way to show true class and wealth. That night I met two English girls and went to Pizza Hut for dinner like the truly cultured person I now am. I was not disappointed when they suggested Pizza Hut because rice and noodles now feature in my nightmares as the food of choice of the person ...
... able to eat in the canteen which I really enjoyed, the food was actually tasty and edible ( and sooo cheap!!) In the afternoon we visited the shanghai museum, which I was hesitant about as I really wanted to do this properly on one of my weekends, but I saw a few rooms and then headed to the 'tea room'. It's been an great opportunity to speak to the other members of the course, chat informally about our backgrounds and experiences, the ...
... for the "May Day Holiday" in the beginning of May. We're hoping to see many things on a tour we're thinking about booking (we're scared to commit yet) and will be happy to not have to plan things on our own, just shuffle around with a bunch of tourists for a few days. We have another "holiday" in the beginning of April, but no real plans for one yet, expect to watch Tigers opening day somewhere.
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... with transparent plexiglass between the eager customers and brilliant chefs, this place lived up to its reputation.
Both floors were crowded with impatient customers and we were told by an overworked, shrill waitress to wait in what can only barely be considered a "line". We waited obediently for a few minutes before realizing we'd never get a table that way. After observing stealthier customers, we followed suit ...
27/08/2012: Day Ten
My initial impression of the hostel I'm now in is that it’s very unsociable. Last night everyone sat there in their small groups or solo with their laptops in front of their faces. There was no atmosphere, no partying, no drinking and no raucous behaviour. It was my own personal hell. Being the social butterfly that I am, I had to delve right in and throw myself into a conversation with the first English speaking couple I could overhear. From there, ...
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