Han Ting Hotel
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... direction. We walked through more rice fields and villages and finally met back up with our bags and our bus. We had a long drive back to Guilin then where we got a very late plane to Shanghai. Not too far from the airport we came across this farmer herding his water buffalo. What a character. He looked to be 100 years old, but was probably only 50. You could ...
... to find their apartment with ease.
We nipped out with Marie-Laure for some dumplings and Wonton soup for lunch to the best dumpling restaurant in Shanghai which happens to be round the corner from the flat. In the evening we went out again for an amazing meal and slept like logs that night!!
Thursday was an adventure! Dab hands at the Metro, we started at the Bund, the water front looking over the classical Shanghai cityscape, ...
... to work out the meter on route was fun.
At least this time it was metered and it only cost us what was on the clock. We stopped at the end of the street to where we were going and we had a few grunts from the driver, a few hand gestures and then realised it was the end of the road for us. So no tip from us.
We were lucky that the Hostel was only 100 metres down the alley.
It looked very similar to the other areas where our Hostels were ...
... on the TV in amazement, but to see it happening so close to you was unbelievable!
We went for our final dinner after the show, which, I am glad to say, was much, much better than last night! As this was our last night on the trip we wanted to have a drink 'in the sky' so some of us got a couple of taxis to the Hyatt and their 'Cloud 9' bar. This was not just an ordinary bar, this was on the 87th floor - truly a drink 'in the sky'!!! It ...
... I saw there was a man at the front desk. He let me in and before asking to book a room there for the night, I decided to ask him if there was a way to get in to the university. He was nice and with some of his broken English and my use of Chinese for directions, he told me where to go. It ended up being just a bit further past where I had stopped walking previously. Finally I got to the hotel, checked in, took a quick shower and passed out. ...