Shanghai Wumao Hotel
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... br> The restaurant cost bout $8 per person and we had lots of food. When we left my mom had to go to the washroom and while we were waiting my brother and I went to the Hagen Daz store to buy some ice cream for them. Our 1 scoop of ice cream per person cost double the whole meal!
After all that we finally ended up on the Bund again to enjoy the night views of the city. It was super crowded but totally worth it. Shanghai looks simply amazing at night!
... the month has to be watermelon! Watermelon is one of the most grown foods in China, along with pomegranate and corn. We haven't seen any rice paddys, but rice is still grown in other areas of China. As all of you know already Phil has proven himself to be the resident clown. He has endeared himself once again to everybody. There is not a single person who he has not made laugh, even the crabbiest one (and there is one!). He plays practical jokes, scares people and ...
... night and proud we had found a decent watering hole we left ready for bed. The following week we returned and I even managed to find some decent songs to rap along to BUZZIN, however, Dogey as sin men were coming in and peering in a bit more often than we cared for, another 'Party girl' strutted in opened herself a beer and started guzzling. We were there for just over an hour when our trusty shopkeeper came hurriedly in, packed up our things and declared we ...
I'm not sure whether it was something to do with the little bit of food I ate on the boat last night or the "bug" that is circulating amongst some of our group but I was definitely not feeling 100% this morning.
Being the techno "geek" I am though I was determined not to let this slight stomach upset stop me riding on the Maglev bullet train, the fastest in the world.
First on the agenda this morning was a trip to see a silk ...
... much, the bar was pretty empty so we had loads of space for dancing :o) Our numbers dwindled some more and by the end there was just Paolo, Soso, Lavinia, Soso's Thai friend and myself left. At closing time I got a cab back with Paolo and Soso, we must have gotten home around 5am.
Christmas number two started on Sunday afternoon. I cycled by Lilian's bakery to pick up some egg tarts before cycling over to Jo's flat. I was one of the first ...