Joyage Business Hotel Shanghai Jing'An
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... the gates and into The People’s Republic.
(I would post the picture, but it mysteriously disappeared from my camera.)
I always knew we would get back to traveling, I just didn't know when. There never seems to be a good time or enough money. However, after our honeymoon, we vowed to make travel a central part of our life, with or without kids. Enter China.
When talk of Chads 40th birthday came ...
... again in Shanghai before our return flight to Sydney on Thursday night. What a fabulous trip this has been it has really opened our eyes to that region of our great world .We would like to thank our travelling companions for allowing us to share these great adventure with them. Now it’s back to the real world.
Hope you have enjoyed our most recent venture
Cheers and don’t let the bed bugs bite
Pete & Trish
Or to Some
Rudi & Mother ...
... from our guide, for a light dinner. They had a wall of sea life where you could select your fresh catch of the day. Malia passed on the fresh fish and turtle and opted for chicken instead.
Tomorrow we’re spending the morning at the Forbidden City and our afternoon includes a tour of the main Olympic venues, include the Watercube swimming facility. Malia’s really looking forward to ...
... yes pedicure, and yes, yes colour is included) sneaky Chinese! In the end the foot massage did do miracles so we went on our way again feeling as though we walked on clouds. At a French bakery called ‘Croissant de France’ we bought a birthday cake for Mogolo which we hid in the fridge in Nadjelika’s room. By now it’s evening and time to get ready for the club. It was meant to be open bar at Windows Garage but when we got there, there was such a crowd ...
... luck. I can’t tell you the number of people I’ve witnessed who have raced to the customs ‘snake’ and reached the front of the line to find that they had failed to possess the “Golden Ticket”. Make sure to check the paperwork stations before the entrance to the customs line. The workers managing the line sometimes forget to remind you about the form-I guess like Willy Wonka, they don’t want to let too many people ...