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... leader. I will treasurer the counter and use it in future jobs. I got to use it twice this afternoon and it makes the job easier. The Maglev is the very fast train from Shanghai to the airport. It levitates on magnets above the track and reaches 300kms an hour in the 8 minute journey. We skipped a train to allow the bus to get our bags to the airport at the same time. This was the final experience in the ...
... we were happy that she had understood. We paid for the ticket, made our way back to the hostel and enjoyed our last two days in Shanghai. Things in China are never that easy. We should have known. On Tuesday afternoon, after having lugged are bags a few blocks, stood for five stops on the heaving metro in rush-hour and arrived at the train station we were told that, actually, are ticket was for Thursday. FYI no one in China speaks English. Oh, and when you buy a train ticket: look at the ...
... at about 5.00 and were met by Matt. We took a taxi into the city to his and Joanna's apartment on the twelfth floor. They have magnificent views of the city and we are looking forward to our week here with them. Sunday 30 September Liz had been up a fair bit of the night and felt very sick. Rebecca from our trip had been ill yesterday morning and they both must have caught the same bug. She was in no condition to do anything today and spent most of ...
... I'd like to tell you about the fantastic nightlife of Shanghai, the hipster bars and romantic views at dusk from the restaurants of the modern skyscrapers. But I can't. My plan was to slim down in China before returning home to be a bridesmaid next weekend. It's the perfect place right? I'll only eat rice and vegetables and will most likely contract the local version of Delhi belly. I was wrong on both counts, but Manu clearly felt the need to lose a few ...
... definitely a wealthy family, as their house had two large bedrooms, a car, a motorcycle, and as I found out the next morning very early, two cows. The ten of us had two large and very uncomfortable beds to share, so it was a cozy night. The family didn't speak Mandarin, so we practiced our international body language and ability to follow directions silently. The bathrooms were ... less than ideal. The family had a bathroom outside the front gate of the house which I ...
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