Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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... architectures, most very English and European influenced. We went inside the HSBC building, the mosaic work on the ceiling was amazing, no photos allowed which was such a pity. We also went into the Fairmont Peace Hotel, this is a very traditional 1920's decor. Has been restored and looks wonderful, they also have a Peace Museum, which holds a lot of the old artefacts from over the years. From there we moved on to the Old Town Bazaar. This was great looking at ...
... HONK... HONK HONK HONK. It never ended. They honk for everything. Change lanes, honk. Pedestrian, honk. Speed up, honk. Stop, honk. Thinking of slowing down, honk. It's crazy. I even included a picture, and as you can see, there aren't that many cars here. I mean I am used to Chicago, so I have seen a big city before. But these are the nosiest cars I have ever witnessed. I am so glad I go somewhere else after this.
... shadow to realax and drink my cold green tea that I bought in a shop on my way (I love cold green tea - why don't they sell this unsweatened version in EU?!).
I guess I don't have to say much about it - just have a look at the pictures and see the typical old style China.
... wide one instead of a long one, it was a pain to get through the many narrow entrances. After a nice workout through the metro system and the airport…I made it to the plane departing for Xiamen with all my stuff, including my peasant bag, in one piece (high praise). Arriving back to Xiamen was like going back to my third home (my house being my first, Messiah being second). The first person I saw was my friend Alex from the front desk! However, arriving back home has ...
... to save him and sat the little boy on my lap who looked at me and my blonde hair in sheer horror as we sat and posed for the photo.
The evening was spent back at the hostel with a few beers to celebrate our last full day and the success and awesome adventures we'd had from travelling around China.
We had a few hours this morning before we needed to be at the airport so we decided to head to ...