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... and I am usually there 2 or 3 nights a week. Fortunately the old favourite; The Visible Cafe is still there. Only 5 minutes from the school, it is run by a Beijing couple and does the best coffee and a really fresh salads. Again fast WiFi is a bonus.
Monday starts when I wake, usually about 6am as the traffic outside usually starts then as well. Traffic In Shanghai cannot exist without the horn. It indicates when you are ...
... in such a big city like Shanghai, it was so nice to change things up a bit and we really took full advantage of our time in the city to enjoy all kinds of variety that really wasn’t available to us during our other tour stops.
Our brief but wonderful stop in Shanghai came at the perfect time and was an excellent way to bring our time in China to a close (almost). While in many ways it was much like a lot of other major metropolitan cities ...
... and were asked by a young Chinese couple to take their photo - a common event for tourists. A quickfire conversation developed, where they showed their knowledge of NZ. They came from Harbin, a city way north near the Nth Korean border and famous for ice carving. They were impressed that I knew this. Invited to go with them to a traditional tea ceremony. New for us so off we went together. A little room barely 4x2m with a table and 5 stools. 6 lots of tea to be ...
... Maggie Song. She has a gift for picking truly hidden gems. This was the biggest dinner party we had in Shanghai. It was also the most diverse dinner party. Our driver, a scientist, an Israeli consulate guy, a construction contractor, an economist and more were present at dinner. This made the dinner very interesting and eccentric. Since we were so full from lunch that afternoon we tried to take it a little easier at dinner. The Chinese order way too ...
... 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 ...