Shanghai Wumao Hotel
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... layover. No big deal I thought, but I was soon to learn otherwise. I got to the Sydney Airport around 830 to check in for my Eastern China flight and try and take advantage of the wifi and computers in the lounge before taking off. I had already had a poor start to the morning as the airport shuttle left me at the hostel, but luckily I had plent of time before my flight was leaving. Anyway, I check in for my flight and find that apparently ...
... Asian). On the other hand, there’s people smoking EVERYWHERE in Shanghai – to the point that my hair and clothes smell like it. Upon exiting the airport I instantly noticed the smell, and it was only then that I realized that I had barely smelled it in Hong Kong. I’ll certainly feel a bit more blessed when I return. Cigarettes aside, Shanghai is also far more polluted than Hong Kong. My eyes were stinging in the late afternoon. Also the overall atmosphere in ...
... banquet set up all over the place and you just helped yourself to finger type food. it was a mix of western and eastern food selection....kind of confusing really but it was all put on and did the job. The beer and wine were being pumped out by the litre and we stayed there for the next 3 hours.
Some decided to go to bed but a few of us went up to Bar36 again and indulged a little further into the stunning views of the Shanghai Night Sky.....and a drink or two...
... an, we got McDonald's breakfast on the way, which is around 12 Yuan (£1.20ish) for a coffee and a sausage and cheese McMuffin-again a lot cheaper than England. In around five hours we were back in Huai'an. Well we were back in Huai'an, but the coach had stopped at South Huai'an coach station and we live close to Central Huai'an (where we had got the coach from Huai'an to Shanghai). A quick phone call to Bruce, who told the taxi driver where we wanted to go and we were in a ...
smile or wave (especially younger children), and one man went as far as asking
me and Tyler for a picture with him.
Living on campus is almost like
stepping back in time. Everyone rides bikes, and most buildings are run down,
or are outdated. The hot water heater next to the shower takes about a half
hour to an hour to heat up, so preparation can be key. A pair of gentleman from
Ohio State live across the hall, ...