Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Zhongshan)
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Ah, quelle joie de pouvoir être un peu à ses aises dans un train chinois, surtout en classe "硬座" (yingzuo, siège dur). J'avais d’abord cru à la farce en m’installant dans le train: serais-je arrivée une heure en avance? Mais non, la “chariotte” démarre et j’ai la banquette pour moi toute seule! Est-ce …
... he will be a great success. If I am ever lucky enough to return to Vietnam on vacation or hear of a friend coming this way I will recommend they work with Van.
So how much has the country changed since we were here in 2009? First and foremost was the number of smartphones that I saw on the street which I cannot recall from our last visit. What ...
... pee from her baby daughter. Most people litter, though there are people employed to pick it up. This habit is pretty sad when it comes to parks and wilderness. Garbage is often collected in carts and piles. A lot of organics end up in the street gutters, which also smells. Among men, especially outside (or from outside) a big city, spitting is common. There's often the loud sound of throat clearing, and people will spit on the sidewalk, the floor, or ...
... right to have these doubts. The music was good and I was in my element rapping along to 90s hip-hop however, as soon as he put one song on he quickly started to mix out of it which really ****** me off. FOOL. To my surprise two Chinese mc’s got on stage and started wobbling around ‘spitting bars’ I LOVED it, it was just hilarious, I didn’t have a clue what they were saying and I probably shouldn’t have been laughing as hard as I was but I just ...
... to have some "Red Tourism" over the next few days. It should be over 100 Degrees the whole time. By "Red Tourism" I mean we are going to Mao Zedong's birthplace and the locations of the first communist party meetings here in China. We are also visiting a school tomorrow. Also, Dim Sum. I cant wait! Finally the end of cafeteria style Chinese food.
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