Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Today we tried to find a way for Paul to do some work. The internet in our room (that we pay for) would not let him access his remote working station. We set off to find the most evasive thing in Shanghai... an Internet cafe. We followed a city map that was wholly inaccurate! We then asked people who spoke no English who sent us happily in the wrong direction. There is wifi available everywhere but only if you have a Chinese phone number. After searching for ...
... directions, coming very close to colliding with each other.
On the way to the Yu Gardens, we saw some live toads waiting for the pot, our first in China! We narrowly escaped a scam, which we then found out happens a lot in the cities. There is a massive market area around the Yu gardens, where we enjoyed haggling and successfully negotiated our first purchase. Lloyd was very happy to get them down by almost half (not his best ...
... personal achievements. Travelling more in the future being a big desire too. Don’t misunderstand us, we miss home and miss our friends and family, but are also having an incredible adventure here in Beijing.
So here we are, 1 year in, and we’ve just signed another year on our apartment so we’ll be here another year at least, potentially longer all being well. Who knows what’s around the corner, but ...
... trading partner, and we are Chinas 7th, China accounts for only 2% of Australia's foreign investment, Australian beef export has grow 500% in the last 12months, Shanghai has 13metro lines, & the Chinese government has just announced that there will be 13 more metro rails line to start! See you soon with some more highlights from today presentations & "high end" retailers... Cheers ...
... comforts of home, being with Carl, and clean, fresh air. My lungs have taken a beating here and my body is so tired. Last night in my sleep, I was petting my cat's head when I awoke only to discover an empty hand and that I was still in China. I fly home tomorrow afternoon. From hotel to front door will take over 24 hours. I can't wait to home again with my lovely husband. Absence does indeed make the heart grow fonder. Zai Jian, China. Next time I see you, Carl will be with ...