Wanhe Yalong International Hotel Shanghai
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... some thing on my phone which enables me to write characters with my finger which I really appreciated. He used to work in IT and knew how to clean up my phone and put this app onto it without having to access the Play Store (which I can't as Google and it's products are banned in China). We had a good chat about my travels so far, his work and family etc..
... let through a second time.
Alan's discovery of Google Translate proved to be exceptionally helpful. Thanks to his Internet research we knew that our shuttle bus to the Shanghai Airlines Travel Hotel, Pudong was labelled SAT and left just outside the Pudong International Airport. But again and given past experience, we were taking all precautions with our directions. Not surprisingly, we could not find the bus pick up ...
... with special chopsticks and a bag full of scented flowers that will work wonders in our bags ahah. Overall it was an awesome night and we're so lucky that we could spend it with awesome people. Sadly we had to say our goodbyes to Mike and Sevlina tonight but we're so happy that we got to spend a few days with them and we hope to see them in September at our wedding! All in all today was a great day and it will go down in the books as one of my favorite memories in China!
Love tal xo
... with 15 mins to spare. (We'll forget the fact that I left the receipt/confirmation at home and had had to use my lunch break to rush home and get it..) Again, the office was empty but for one person; I handed my receipt to the assistant and she chatted about being excited for my trip while she looked through the box of passports. When she came across mine she had me double check that my information was correct on the visa, and that was it! Brilliant!
... earlier in the afternoon when I was on the way to The Bund, a pair of girls had attempted to divert me to a tea festival . The intricasies of the differences between ceremonies and festivals, I can't help you with. When they mentioned the price of admission I had fled the scene.
"That's nothing." they had told me.
"We've just ridden to the top of Pudong Tower" This seemed to be the native tourist's favourite activity in Shanghai.
"It costs 200 ...