Wanhe Yalong International Hotel Shanghai
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... on tomorrow - ducks tongue, chicken feet, dried beef and ducks stomach.
Food is expected to be fresh here with the days food bought each day. By fresh, they mean alive. You watch attentively while it is dismembered with a pair of scissors, as we witnessed was the fate of a lobster - claws first, then the legs and finally the tail which thankfully put the poor crezture out of it's misery. Live fish were scaled and piles of bodyless heads could be seen still ...
... that it hurt, and there was the proof! I had a lovely meal with Kate we chatted for ages and it was lovely getting to know her. After we settled the bill, Kate wanted to get some fruit, so we walked (well Kate walked and i limped) to the local supermarket, while she nipped in i thought it was sensible to stay outside as the floor looked incredibly slippy! However, this is me..i saw plasters at the end of the aisle, so i bent my hand round the door, feet still on ...
... spring rolls. Everyone put a nice dent in the food we had and everyone seemed to have a really good time. Lindsey's co-workers, Raven, and AJ stayed over until about 1 AM playing cards with us. Around 12:00 AM or 12:30 AM the buzzer to open the apartment door went off. The person kept ringing it over and over. I looked out our window and someone was flashing a flashlight at us. So, I walked downstairs to see who it was. It was one of the security guards that ...
... to Japan say 500 years ago. Soso says that that was the old government that made that agreement so it doesn't count.
Japan recently bought three of these islands from their private owners, so China needs to react to avoid losing face (especially with the change in leadership coming up) and Japan is unlikely to back down on the other islands as there will soon be an election there.
... park, and happened to experience a very brief moment in front of this palace garden when NO ONE ELSE WAS AROUND. Seriously, these moments NEVER happen. In fact, I believe it was the first moment I've experienced, outside of my apartment walls, where I wasn't among a hoard of hustling Asians. We capitalized on the moment with this picture and soon resumed fighting for space and good pictures.
Next, we headed to the Bund which is a ...