Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Zhongshan)
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... the middle of the train berth floor and the English lads had to walk around it throughout the evening.
When you take the overnight trains, unless you are in first class - envision this: 3 bunks on one side of the wall with very little space between them for you to sit up. A small table divides the 6 beds and is adorned by a kettle in the event you want to boil water and have some noodles for breakfast. There is a remote for a ...
... Shanghai and Xian they looked like extremely large cities but there’s more yep that’s right Chongqing is the largest city in China. They have around 9 million people travel the public transport system daily. (Russia has 9 million people use the underground daily)!
Here again the road building , reclaiming of river banks (Yangtze River) etc, to build railway lines, roads is just mind blowing. We witnessed bridge repairs that are executed ...
The wonderful afternoon continued with a foot massage accompanied by a teacher from our school. We chatted away while enjoying 60 minutes of delight for our worn out, teacher feet. Then, since she treated me to a foot massage, I had to treat her to something just as great in return. So we headed to Johnny Moo's Diner. As I walked through the cow-spotted doors, I felt like I was back in ...
... through to get to the waterfront area called The Bund. We made it halfway before taking a breather at a bar that at least had a fence to separate us from the rabble. It was actually kinda fun to sit and people watch for a while. But we quickly realised we were also being watched. It had happened a bit in China, mostly in really touristy areas, a random person would try and take a sneaky photo of the weird looking westerners. None more so in Shanghai ...
... time to shop…..after all that’s was where her commission was!
So then it was back onto the bus for the long ride back to Shanghai. One or two traffic snarls (or maybe six or seven) later we arrived back at the ship, one hour late! The bonus was that as we crawled through downtown Shanghai, we got to see the sights along the Bund that we did not see in the morning on our speedy exit from the city.
So onto Busan, South Korea, ...