Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center
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... on the top. Can't really explain why we were all in hysterics for almost half an hour over this desert, maybe it was a had to be there moment but Charlie certainly kept the group entertained with his fascination of this desert that's for sure! Our final morning in Shanghai and we made the most of it getting up early and visiting Tianzifang, another trendy area full of art shops and galleries as well as good quality souvenirs where I finally found some postcards that I bought. ...
... China was an industrial area but after a token free breakfast of a hard boiled egg and bread and jam the scenery changed to the Oriental mountainous peaked terrain. Was beautiful. Mist hugged and capped the jagged red cliffs giving the whole landscape a mystical feel. Caves and crevices indented the rock face. I thought hermit retreats, Laura thought Palaeolithic cavemen. The weather was grey and foggy which meant the opportunity to ...
"I am going to finish my class reading!" I thought. Not! I ended up catching up on my favorite fashion blogs Hallie Daily and Business of Fashion.
Whenever I read, it is usually for my classes. TBC assigns so much reading. I could not care to do any of it this morning.
Catching up on what on fashion was way more important. For over an hour, I read my fashion blog. Business of Fashion did an article on Chiara Ferragni, who is the ...
... mean Shanghai by the way). It's a town along the way...?! Now I understood the confusion. I paid the 107 yen and somehow figured out I'd arrive in Shanghai at about 5:30 pm or 7.5 more hours in Coach (over 15 hours on the train in total) with no food, no room, and no sleep. Waaah. I found a seat and kept having to rotate whenever we stopped for new passengers since I didn't have an official seat. Sleep was not in the cards. Fortunately they did sell some food and water on ...
... to. Due to its historic protests, the square was sealed off to ensure no public incidents and there was a big police presence - but it was very calm and we felt super safe. So after breakfast on the 6th floor, we headed to the forbidden city via a long walk to bypass the shutoff square. Eventually getting to the entrance after 3 police check points, where we were pretty much ignored and let through as westerners. The last one was a serious ...