Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Zhongshan)
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... s house, but you have NEVER smelled anything like this before. It was SOOOO pungent. and delightful. The flavor was AMAZING! I feel bad for anyone who has to be near me the next few days because I think the breathe I took after just one bite probably killed any vampire within a 100 mile radius.
Needless to say, it was a really really fun night. I was home by 2 but I couldn’t fall asleep for anything. I skyped Paul, and messaged Mommy and Daddy, but ...
... There were no officials to be seen and in the end Alan approached an elderly street sweeper and showed her his Google translation. Much to our surprise the friendly woman, on reading his crumpled paper translation, took him by the arm to the median strip in the road and yes, just where you would never believe was a bus stop point.
We never cease to be amazed at the helpfulness of the Chinese people. When Alan ...
... were like would you be interested in matching pearl earrings and realistically who could say no to that so a few minutes later I walked out feeling pretty darn fabulous and happy as a clam...or should I say oyster (my God I'm witty). We then decided to check out the gardens inside the bazaar which were absolutely beautiful and completely peaceful which is something you need once in awhile when you're in a city as busy as Shanghai. It was actually pretty fun ...
... girlfriend that is coming in on Thursday for a week. We are all going to the tourist thing fri-monday while we observe Memorial Day in the communist country. While sipping out Tsing Tao beer we were greeted by the French men and we even met a few new ones. I can only imagine what they think of me. As they said their names I am reading their lips and trying to not move my mouth as I am trying to listen so I don't call them the wrong name. There were 14 of us total and we went to the ...
... of last year with "Jake the Canadian" in Guangzhou who claimed he'd been mugged. I donated him a bus fare and am not sure to this day if that one was a con or not.
"It's definitely a con." my friend Malcolm later told me when I was staying with him.
"Tea ceremonies, bars, restaurants, they're all on the take. A pretty girl picks you up, offers to have coffee or dinner and then does a runner leaving you with a hefty bill."
In fact I was often approached ...