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Travel Blogs from Taicang
... morning, I woke up early feeling very excited. I hopped in the shower and then did a quick clothes wash, so that I could have the washing drying when I was away (forward thinking hey!). I then headed off down Buzhen Road to meet everyone. Me, Anna and Laura met first, and got the little tricycle rickshaws down to the bus station (we had our heavy overnight bags after all!) for 10am, where we met up with Alex and Joanna to catch the bus together. It was only 150RMB for ...
... It was nerve racking for us just watching the chaos. Finally, a group of business men came in and lit up the cigarettes…it was time for us to go.
Back in the room, I adjusted the AC (window) and we laid down to rest for an hour before dinner. Wrong! We woke up at 0300, hungry and thirsty. We both had a payday candy bar, I drank a Coke, Rosalind water and we went back to sleep. The travel had finally caught up with us. ...
Following lunch, we made our way to the Huangpu River, which separates "old" Shanghai from modern Shanghai (Pudong). We boarded a river cruise boat to tour up and down the river admiring the very modern, cosmopolitan architecure of modern Shanghai directly across the water from the Bund. The Bund is a waterfront area in central ...
We started our last full day in Shanghai with a tour of the Yufo Temple, famous for its 2 ton white jade Buddha. We were not permitted to take photos of the Buddha but we were allowed to take pictures throughout the rest of the temple grounds. The Yufo Temple is one of only three Buddhist temples in Shanghai. The main courtyard is filled with the smoke of burning incense and the scent permeated the ...
... decadence, living the ex-pat lifestyle of Shanghai in every moment he wasn't busy at work. It was great to catch up 11 months after last seeing him when he best-manned our wedding.
Alex lives in a flat in the French Concession district. After the Opium Wars in the 19th century, various Western nations demanded areas of Shanghai to use as a trading port (the same time the British took Hong Kong). These areas of town were only ...
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