Starway Hotel Pudong International Airport Wanxia
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... had looked left, we would have seen that there was yet another trapdoor right there which the keys would have opened. Had we opened this door we would have made it out of the room.
Though it's frustrating that we were only one step away from making it out of the room, it was still such a fun experience. Whoever created this was a genius. We were all raving about it after we left. Needless to say, we'll be back again to try out the other rooms. ...
So today we had out 6am meet! lovely! we wondered down to the bund which had an incredible view and obviously at that time in the morning it wasnt too hot and hardly any people so was a good idea to go early! Then we headed to a garden that wasnt a garden - was lots of little old chinese buildings with canals and things that was really beautiful - such a contrast to the tall sky scrapers at the bund! we had starbucks breaky!! crave any western type of food!
After that ...
... my iPad but was still having trouble trying to contact home as "The great firewall of China" blocks access to Facebook, gmail, Skype etc. All the methods of communication I had at my disposal would not work. So I asked her how I could make some phone calls to
international numbers and she sold me an international calling card for AU$8. I rang home and god bless my family, they came straight to the rescue. They looked up phone numbers for ...
... At first he was nervous but now he seems to be happy to be gaining experience and making money. While he was out I was really productive and pretty independent. I took Ashley out to get her a phone, and along the way I wanted to go to the bank and exchange some money for Scott. On the way, a security guard stopped us and began speaking to us quickly in Mandarin. I tried answering to what I thought his question was, pointing to my apartment and saying "jiao" which is 9. ...
We completed our circle around Shanghai and were back in the big city. We visited the big shopping street, Nanjing Road where we had to fend of people trying to sell us knock offs. Before there was huge knock off markets, but now they are scarce as the Chinese government wants only quality items to be sold. We also visited a Chinese pharmacy where we were pressured to buy weird things, but got a free foot massage. ...
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