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  • Shanghai with Emily When I woke up, I had sweat right through my shirt, it was really soaked and disgusting. I guess I had a fever al night. I went straight to the train station and arrived in Shanghai a Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 30, 2020
  • Day 2- Or so we think it's day 2After our transfer ordeal and wasting a total of 5.5 hours we were on the final leg of our flight to Auckland. Although excited, tiredness was setting in as we had been awake for 23 hours at this point. We Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Dec 9, 2019
  • Day 1-- OutboundHaving not got much sleep (from excitement and a slightly deflated airbed) we were up early and left Josh and Henna’s with 4 and a half hours till our flight- perfect start! We arrived at Canada Water station looking like Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Dec 8, 2019
  • Picasso in the French ConcessionThe natural of creation “GUERNICA” Pablo Picasso – Authentic Lithographs of Sketches 2018. 12.01 – 2018.01.27 Nestled amongst hustle and bustle of Shanghai’s picturesque French Concession, with its London plane tree arbours casting dappled shadows Posted by Sarah Cheers in Art in Shanghai | Dec 1, 2018
  • Shanghai, China [/center] Shanghai Pudong Airport - Hello China!! We arrived 22 Sept 2015 at 4 pm. Since I woke up at 430 am in Calgary on Monday morning, Sept 21, and went to bed at 1030 pm in S Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 21, 2018
  • More Shanghai ShenanigansI’m currently on a (very loud) train back from Shanghai, where I have spent the weekend with Will and some friends who are visiting from the UK on their way to Bali. I arrived earlier than expected on Friday night Posted by amysblog in 12 Months in China | Jun 3, 2018
  • Shanghai25th-26th March After a foggy day at sea we arrive at our next port, Shanghai, China. Shanghai is the largest city in the world with a population of over 24 million. The total population of China is approximately 1.4 billion which Posted by BridgetandIan in Another "holiday of a lifetime " | Mar 27, 2018
  • The French Concession I was getting ready to go, at the same time as Toshi, a Japanese construction worker from Tokyo. He had been at a job interview the day before and had no plans for the day. I just Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Nov 13, 2017
  • All around Shanghai I got up early to see the Bund history museum and Yuyuan Gardens. The museum had a cool design which was underground and went in a continuous circle, but it was a lot of predictable propaganda ag Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Nov 13, 2017
  • Shanghai Happy Hour International Hostel is violent! I was informed at the last minute, of course, about a five day vacation which resulted from the school's sports week. I made a quick decision to go to Shanghai and check off two of Lonely P Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Nov 13, 2017
  • Golden Week This week was Golden Week, a week in which two Chinese national holidays are celebrated and so I am coming to the end of a week off school. I spent the holiday in Jiading, a northern region of Shanghai where Posted by amysblog in 12 Months in China | Oct 7, 2017
  • Shanghai ShenanigansI'm currently sat on the China's high speed rail service between Beijing and Shanghai, travelling at approximately 200km/h, speeding home towards Beijing in time for classes tomorrow. I've had a wonderful weekend in Shanghai with Will, which started with Posted by amysblog in 12 Months in China | Sep 17, 2017
  • Huangshan (Yellow Mtn) to ShanghaiWe are sitting on a bullet train cranking along at 305km per hour. They have apparently been slowed down as there was an accident a while ago, but they are aiming to get them back up to 450km in the Posted by 2kiwisontour in The Old Goats - 2 Kiwis on Tour | Jul 10, 2017
  • ChinaNext stop on our trip was Shanghai. I must admit, out of the three places that we were going to visit, I was least looking forward to Shanghai. There was not as much that I wanted to see and do Posted by LaurenF3 in My Journey Around The World | May 28, 2016
  • Spectacular Shanghai!Start of our sight seeing adventures and after a sleep in, hotel buffet breakfast and got some money we got picked up by Jen's work colleague, Huiliang. Not quite sure what to expect, he took us to the Bund side Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | May 17, 2016
  • On Our WayWe finally got packed, Rick graciously dropped us at the airport and started on our 110 day travels. Great relief to get on the plane and just shut off home life, well for a little while, and just enjoy each Posted by jkerkin in Continental Drift | May 16, 2016
  • FEB12 TWELVE HOURS IN SHANGHAISHANGHAI IN TWELVE HOURS STRETCHING THE ADVENTURES TO THE END My flight lands in Shanghai at 5:15 am almost an hour early. It's really 3:45 am Sri Lanka time. My connecting flight isn't till 11:30 pm at night. Almost 18 hours away. Posted by RDILL in SRI LANKA / MALDIVES 2016 | Feb 11, 2016
  • JAN 7 - SHANGHAI EN ROUTESHANGHAI Our flight leaves at midnight and gets into Shanghai at 5 am. Our onward connection leaves at 2 pm (9 hours later) so we decide to clear customs and go exploring but we don't have any idea where or how. Posted by RDILL in SRI LANKA / MALDIVES 2016 | Jan 7, 2016
  • SHANGHAI EN ROUTESHANGHAI Our flight leaves at midnight and gets into Shanghai at 5 am. Our onward connection leaves at 2 pm (9 hours later) so we decide to clear customs and go exploring but we don't have any idea where or how. Posted by RDILL in SRI LANKA / MALDIVES 2016 | Jan 7, 2016
  • Peking BelliesAccording to aussieeggs.com, male chicks are often suffocated or ground up because roosters aren't as tasty as hens. Their shredded remains may even be fed to their siblings in pellet form. What's more disturbing? The 'Exposed Bellies of China'... Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Nov 7, 2015
  • Made In ChinaSo this is what is feels like to be a rock star...long hair, jet lag, another hotel room, all thats missing is the fame, fortune and wild parties, unless you count two bottles of Tsing Tao, a pot of jasmine Posted by stuhutchuk in A One Way Ticket To Bangkok | Aug 18, 2015
  • ShanghaiAfter the slop that was Chongqing and the disappointment of the Yangtze (from Brad's supine perspective), it was a bloody relief to arrive at our final city on our China adventure...Shanghai! We were warmly greeted by Uncle Phil and Pen Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Jul 5, 2015
  • Yangtze A 4 day luxury cruise down the Yangtze River was definitely one way to get from Chongquing to Shanghai. Regarded as the lifeblood of China, the mighty Yangtze is bestowed with sheer gorges, mountain villages, and spectacular scenery. [img=https://photo Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Dec 28, 2014
  • ShanghaiWe arrived in Shanghai safe and sound. Our flights were delightfully empty. I've actually never seen so few people on a flight even on those bound to Winnipeg (just kidding guys) or those really expensive ones in Laos. They fed Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Nov 14, 2014
  • Dag 71 - ShanghaiKina. Ja, vad ska man säga om Kina? Jag trodde att jag var förberedd på den kulturkrock som väntade. Jag har ju trots allt varit här en gång tidigare och försökt stålsätta mig inför den kinesiska arbetskulturen. Trots detta måste Posted by mattholm in Wanderlust King | Nov 8, 2014
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