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... it sounds, at least you get a bed and boiling hot water to make your tea/pot noodle. And you get some time to relax and think. I'm actually laying down writing this on our final sleeper train journey (our tour has four!) and it's fine - although I did just have to listen to someone spitting repeatedly somewhere down the carriage!
Arriving in Shanghai was quite literally a ...
Nice big long (relatively) test today and then a 30 or so minute bus right to a water town market place! Good fun, and then dinner back in central Shanghai with Lisa and Susanna. That's the short story.
The long story includes something of us three going and getting terribly lost in ZhuJiaJiao for a while there, pushing the gas on the way back, and haggling and a bit more ...
... poor feet had done enough for one day. Especially Ross as his trainers have well and truly given up the ghost and he's practically walking on the concrete! He doesn't even mind the thought of going shopping so his feet must be hurting badly!
We started off with a trip to the airport on the Maglev train. Sonya had no idea what a Maglev train was and the thought of going to an airport just for a trip on a train and not to catch a flight ...
... one of the bus drivers to wait with me. When the taxi driver pulled up, he shouted something at him, I'm assuming "don't mess with her or I'll kill you" or "she lives in Qibao". There are a few different routes to get from school to work, and supposedly one costs more than the other. I still need time to figure this out, because this driver took the shorter route and it ended up costing 2 RMB more than the way there. I assume it always changes and has something to do ...
... so visitors cannot go inside for fear of becoming poisoned. They are currently figuring out a way to make visitation possible.
Anyway, this emperor was CRAZY. We saw THOUSANDS of warriors and carriages with full-sized horses, and it wasn't even close to being the full amount. There were three different sites that they have uncovered so far. I thought it was interesting that the warriors were once completely painted, but have since worn down to just the terra ...
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