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... and change trains 3 times before we got to where we were going! The signs at the transit stations were also really confusing so we ended up taking a train back one station at one point and it was all just a mess. When we finally go to the station we couldn't find the hostel so we called them and after a bit of hassle they agreed to come and meet us outside some other hotel. We waited for about 5 minutes until we heard a "Hey, you going to the hostel" and we turned around and look a ...
... theatre for them! We exchanged details and are currently in anticipation of his phone call or email. This is where it gets interesting. After the meeting, everyone went their separate ways, so I thought I might try and explore somewhere on my own. I ran a few errands, looked up which metro lines I had to take...and headed out, armed with a very non-waterproof coat..just incase. Now in the time it took to get from the 17th floor to ...
... of the World Expo in 2010……and the Peninsula was being built. The Bund is a very wide pedestrian walkway along the river on the Shanghai side of the water – a place to walk and view Pudong, the "downtown" area of Shanghai with all the beautiful lights. Anyway, this hotel is such perfection that we were unable to find even one thing that we thought could ...
... la desgracia de ir en la peor semana del año (despues de año nuevo chino) porque estaba casi todo el pais de vacaciones y eso significa que en una ciudad de 15mill por muchos que vayan de vacaciones aun quedan muchos y sin contar el porron de chinos de otras regiones que estaban de vacaciones visitando la gran ciudad. El resultado es que en el centro no eligias donde ibas la mabunta te llevaba. Imagina si habia peña que los semaforos del centro ...
... of power.
Unfortunate historical events, political spin, and whitewashed coverage of the events by the party ran CCTV and China Daily all feed into a whirlwind of hatred and patriotism we can spilling see onto the streets of Shanghai. As far as I'm concerned, both Japan and China are equally petty in this dispute, and I look forward to the whole thing blowing over.