Motel 168 (Shanghai Chifeng Road)
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... We had another nice meal, although the service was a bit slow. We had to get on the bus quickly afterwards as Hu Shifu, the driver, almost got caught by a traffic warden. We drove along to the Night River Cruise and stopped outside a huge screen showing footage of Argentina playing Switzerland in the recent World Cup. We went into the terminal. Two more toilet stops for Lily and we queued up to board.
Christina had got our tickets and waited for us to ...
After 10 days in Japan, we caught a ferry/cargo ship from Osaka to Shanghai on October 4. It was a 45 hour journey. The first day of the trip we winded our way through the Japan archipelago, passing coastal cities on the Inland Sea of Japan, including Kobe and Hiroshima. The latter prompted a conversation between Olivia and me about the atomic bombs. Olivia said if she were the pilot (of the Enola ...
... boring and industrialised coastal areas like Shanghai. I spent a few days up in the mountains and it was a pretty good experience.
CUISINE FACTOR: 10 (!)
Man I love the food. I skipped seeing the touristy stuff and went couch surfing with locals to discover what China really has to offer, and it was good. The food is so fresh and diverse, locals were often surprised by my lack of fear of eating weird things as I just put everything into ...
... blog would know I could muck in and get freshened up in a local drainage channel and not worry however there were there of us and I had to think of them.
Yeah right….. Look calm and breathe, after much debate there is no arrivals lounge, my colleagues were very good about this crunching fall at the first hurdle, we made our way to security. Whilst in the enormous passport control queue I managed to Google the arrivals lounge at Shanghai ...
... Armani shops! Every now and again we’d be stopped by someone wanting to sell us fake watches or bags (or clip on roller skates) but they took “No” for an answer and didn’t keep pestering us. Part way down Nanjing Road it becomes pedestrianised and there were groups of people dancing and doing Tai Chi.
After a while we came to the People’s Park - which used to be the race course when the British were in Shanghai but has now been ...