Tianci Service Apartment
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We bought our flight from Hong Kong to Shanghai in advance and it was scheduled for the 3rd of July. In the afternoon (at about 14.00) we took the airport bus "A21" passing through the Nathan Road. It was quite expensive (like most things in Hong Kong) but it was still much cheaper than to go by taxi. We paid HKD 33 per person and the …
... him shaking their heads and pointing in different directions. We got there and saw an older temple with plenty of prayer and incense and a Jade Buddha. Lunch in a tiny eatery was rice and pork or chicken and set us back £6 for both meals. We then walked it off by getting totally lost before we refound the metro station!Shanghai museum is free and full of wonder. We saw bronze items, jade carving, calligraphy, painting, porcelain both Ming and Qing, costumes, coins and ...
... down with rain, and visiting a 'water town' was not really too enjoyable, but at least it wasn't really humid.
The bus home took alot longer than it did to get there, but i slept the whole way, as our trip too the town was full on singing and dancing (on a moving bus), i was worn out!
It was, however, a very enjoyable day and I'm really going to miss our bus trips to random places!
When we got back ...
Our day started out rocky, but then again, why wouldn't it this trip? Poor Sarah, after all she went through to get here, fell ill last night and by morning could not go with us to the Urban Planning Museum (Much like the Shenyang Urban Planning Center, the big draw, however, being that the city diorama lights up as though it were night.). So, in a cold rainy drizzle, we left Sarah with some crackers and 7-up, and Beaty with her room number, and headed out.
... one, and headed in our school bus to the international medical examiners. I sat in the front of the bus, as we all remembered how well the buses and I get along around here (if you don't get this reference, see blog entry titled "Public Bus 1, Lindsey 0). We arrived fairly quickly, maybe a 15 minute ride. We initially walked to the wrong building, with our boss' secretary (the Ge) leading the way, and then found the right building. We had to fill out some paper work and were given ...
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