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... else to eat. A place where no-one speaks english, there is no english menu, and apparently a chicken dish is made up of chicken feet. I'm not one to judge, but this is one step too far, and i couldn't even look at the dish. We quickly paid and made for the exit. Me and my room mate headed back to the theatre accademy and went to the cafe on campus and got some good old english grub, nothing like a bit of ...
... Air NZ as 90 percent of the passengers and flight crew were Chinese, the food even had an Asian twist - noodles for breakfast - who does that? Certainly not us kiwi folk! If only I could have snuck some good old weetbix into my carry on luggage. The population here is over 21,000,000 - crazy! Flying into china to land Sam and I spotted 10 huge oil ships off the coastline and sky scrapers that looked as though they could touch the sky. So fascinating ...
... Professor Laithwaite, but according to our guide China bought the technology from Germany! Typical!!
A smooth ride 30 kms, just under 20 miles, took 10 minutes from the centre of Shanghai out to the airport. We were able to get off, take some photos, and then return to Shanghai for a visit to the Jinmao Hyatt Building, the tallest building in Shanghai. We had a high speed elevator, which took a few seconds to reach the 88th floor of ...
... traffic off the riverside road. The Pudong buildings across the river are lit up competing with each other to be the most impressive, and the tour boats, all lit up and with sponsor logos, cruising up and down the river make it look not quite real. We continued our walk all the way to Nanjing road and up towards our hotel, stopping for dinner at the City Bull, where we had lunch yesterday, then fought the locals across Nanjing road to our ...
... is built to a 1/500 scale.
We could have spent more time at the museum, but it was time to go. We walked through the subway mall, past the 1930s Shanghai section, and attempted to get on line 2. We got lost trying to find it, and ended up walking around the subway mall for awhile before getting out and starting over again. This time we were successful and found line 2.
We got off at the first stop and walked to ...
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