Baolong Homelike Hotel Shanghai Luojing
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... techniques, she gave me a clothes peg that she found at the bottom of her bag and during any turbulence encouraged me to pinch Chen's nipple with it, by the end of the flight Chens chest was bright red and Jaci and I crying with laughter. We've said we will be 'flight friends' from now on!
Shanghai, is warm with a breeze and NO humidity. Its like breath of fresh air. Very multi cultural, tonnes of English speaking people, a lot ...
... saying that for silk, he is very reasonable. We got a taxi back to the shops to change a shirt Gary had bought yesterday. This shop is amazing with 5 floors of anything you want to buy. Just like a market. It really is hard going though as each stall holder try's to get you into his shop and they do pester you. I get abit overwhelmed with their persistence but you just have to get over it and push on. Gary was asked to buy a jersey. Verly good deal mr, your my first customer ...
... probably because of the HORRIBLE day I was having) I Woke up to a Chinese boy next to me staring very obviously in my direction. My first thought was **** have I dribbled but oh no…. He said the dreaded words……Your on the wrong bus!!!!!!! He can only be described as Lil Wayne with a bit less swag and height. I was on an unknown bus heading off to some un-adventured place on the island; he must have seen the terror on my face as he reassured me ...
... a pretty ordinary feed. $12 for a glass of house wine! 40 dollars for a meal. Joy had schnitzel, which was two massive chunks of chicken with a bit of cabbage. not even any gravy, much much better at the Cooyal pub.I had smoked pork loin which was nice. grabbed a taxi back to our hotel and had an ice cream with deb and steve. ken had a golden glass of rum and coke $14.60!!!! I know tight ****, but really. off to bed only to wake up far too early again.
... of weird and wonderful snacks.
1) Apple crisps
2) Onion covered walnuts
3) bun with deformed cold Willy winky sausage
4) Aviation radish (I can't go into detail but it will haunt me for the rest of my life!)
5) Onion biscuits, surprisingly OK!
6) Chocolate wafer
Jess, I did try everything, be proud! But I hope Thailand has more to offer! Met Marianne no problem and taxi'd to the hostel. I need ...