Yashidu Suites Hotel
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... have happen since I don't speak Chinese. However, the most frustrating thing was that no matter where I was - customs and security, baggage services, the check in counter etc. - it appeared that at least half of the staff were sitting around doing nothing! even then, most were still busy texting or otherwise playing around with their mobile phones, even the few who were working. Nearly all the staff working this shift (bear in mind it is between 9pm ...
... serving looked like they were born in the Ming Dynasty. My gals then showed me their tickets to the circus tonight, and they were gone.
Tomorrow it's on the plane for the two hour flight to the terracotta warriors.
I'm sure looking forward to that, and you should be to!!
See you then,
... board the bus and are taken for another little zip around Sydney airport.
Finally we find a plane, our plane, our Qantas A330 Airbus....not the biggest plane going around but big enough. (I was kind of hoping it was going to be the A380 Big *******!!). We then get off the bus and board our flight from the tarmac. (different for an international flight from all of my previous experiences)
We find our seats (next to the toilets...oh ...
... of the airport, but thankfully it is only a short walk to our car. The drive to our hotel was about an hour, and I expected to see a lot more brilliantly lit high-rise buildings. But this wasn't the case. Shanghai reminds me of metropolitan Philippines. People walk on the road as they please, motor bikes and scooters push their way through the traffic by any means, and cars narrowly miss anyone or any vehicle that might be in its path. Finally making it to our ...
... to Dave and Mel who did it in November, and see how things go! I’ll just see if I can find couchsurfer hosts along the way, and hope that there are some cool beans on the train! I’ll consider Travbuddy too, but the French dude from there clearly wanted more from a travel buddy than that which I was prepared to give!! Met some interesting people through him at a weird hat party though! :D
So if any of you ...