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... but teaming with visitors snapping photos and taking rickshaw rides from men in what look more like yellow silk pyjamas. Despite it being dark, I had a great evening taking long exposures, turning the busy streets into quiet scenes.
Returning to the hotel, my air conditioning and my little fish in the square glass bowl (which I have named, Sushi) is a relief. I have picked up a sore through and a cough. I hope it does not get worse.
Sleep comes quickly.
Today I took a trip to Nanjing, about 1hr20 on the high speed train north of Shanghai. The city was a capital after the Tianjing rebellion, and during the republican period and the Ming dynasty was founded there. It's also infamous for the war crimes committed there by the Japanese before WWII. From what I was able to see of it, I really liked Nanjing. It's only around 4 million people, and has a big park and mountain. They're also improving and building infrastructure ...
... Nanjing’s claim to fame is an unfortunate and disastrous run in with the island not so far away.
Walk the night lights around the city and feel as though the big city really is not that big. Try the dumplings, the noodles, the everything. Head to the bar and live for the moment.
Off we go, journeying west, to adventure...
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I met Will in the Central Hotel for breakfast and we caught the bus up to Bububu Fabric Market to go and see Mr Lin and Mr Guan. We caught the 33 bus which went straight up Zhongyang Lu so we got off and walked along Hunan Lu, which was an area we hadn't been to before.
We went to see Mr Guan with Will's leather jacket which needed repairing, and meanwhile Mr Lin persuaded me to have a silk dress made. He wanted me to have a ...