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The restaurant was empty and so when my food arrived, I was literally watched by 3 people as I tried to eat it. This was a real problem. I am barely proficient with chopsticks and even less so with sloppy food. I tried to pick up a piece of broccoli and it nearly went ...
... it has a few names from gold paper to ghost money and is essentially paper crafts made into burnt offerings. This first part of the holiday is a special time, and it is important for the individuals to make time to honour their ancestors.
The second part of the holiday is the marking of Spring, and it is a time for all to go out and enjoy the greenery of spring time. Having no ancestors in Shanghai, this was our focus. So ...
... and warm in there and it would have been easy to stay. They were very busy though so we sort of had to move on. Gemma hailed a taxi almost out the front and we got dropped off to our hotel for ¥11 (5 minute ride for the two of us for AUS$2). We are in another very nice hotel and are just finishing packing our cases with all our stuff ready to begin our trip home tomorrow. First to Hong Kong, then overnight to Melbourne.
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On the 9th June we woke feeling better but still fragile with no energy. We ate toast for breakfast to try and give us a bit of energy as we had to pack up our things and check out of the hostel ready for the Beijing to Shanghai train. The bags felt a lot heavier lugging them through 2 subway trains to the main station. The train ride to Shanghai was on one of the high speed bullet trains, it was amazing. The 500 mile journey took only ...
- Mashed potatoes
- Candied yams ß Kate’s creation – DELICIOUS
- Creamed onions
- String beans with apple vinegar
- A good bottle of California c******nay that I procured for an exorbitant price from one of the Western grocery stores near my hotel
Dessert wasn’t quite as traditional – I had been put in charge of pumpkin pie, but ...