Hotel The Land
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... food vendors. On the ground were tubs/styrofoam coolers/etc full of live seafood (including sea snakes, turtles, crabs, flat fish, etc). Across the street were tables and baskets stacked full of vegetables and fruits, such as cabbages and strawberries. Nearby there was a meat shop, with slabs of ribs hanging in the air, and a plywood board with hunks of raw meat, sitting in the sun. ...
Bed was okay last night but the room is very basic as Rell said a bit of a Formula one hotel in AUSTRALIA.
Breakfast was very ordinary but we got there.
Off on a tour of Shanghai city today will let you know how that goes.
New driver today at least the car didn't conk out but not the best driver.
Visited the Shanghai museum. Good.
The Pearl factory. No good. To lunch. Couldn't eat much.
... market in terms of it being made of stalls by the side of the road. We were starting to feel hungry so we bought a few giant lychees to munch on on the way :o)
After Emma had bought a few bits of fabric, one of which she is intent on making something for me from; we got back on the metro to head home. All this fabric shopping was hungry work so I treated her to a big meal at the Lotus Eatery when we made it back, to say thanks for her ...
... emperor was discovered 40 years ago by a farmer looking for water. A few metres deep, he discovered adult-size terracotta warriors. This was turned into a museum and excavation and restoration still takes place today. You can see about 5000 of the 20000 estimated soldiers buried. This includes horses and chariots. All the soldiers are unique and are dressed according to rank and function as in an army. This army was to protect the emperor in the after-life and required a workforce ...
I received my first package in the mail last week! Letters and goodies from friends. I happened to be a little home sick at the time so it was the best timing. THANK YOU!
The owner of the company I work for turned 53 on Monday. The office decorated the hallways, the conference room, the front desk, etc. *See photo. His parents organized a surprise birthday party with the office for him. We waited in front of the elevators for about ...