Glittering Shanghai

Rachel Davis

Nomadic blogger, cake baker, house sitter, photographer, vegetarian. If I'm not in a van I'm probably on a train!

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4 Responses

  1. Ayla says:

    China has never really appealed to me as much as other places but you really sell it here with your lovely pictures and the way you describe it! Shanghai sounds like a fantastic city and I’d love to see the mix of old and new. Glad you’re having such a good trip!

    • I was nervous to go there, from other people’s experiences but I had an amazing time. It is a country to experience and see for yourself. It’s not the easiest, but it’s certainly not the hardest. Shanghai was certainly one of my favourite places, good to have some familiarity.
      I’d definitely go back!

  2. Dave Rowley says:

    Love your photos of the Shanghai skyline, truly spectacular! Looks like it is equally amazing during day and night. How was the pollution during your Shanghai stay, did it keep you indoors? And how many westerners did you see there? Tianzifang sounds like it would be my favorite area to visit – I loved the hutongs of Beijing. Looking forward to your next posts!

    • Hey! I’ll be blogging about the pollution next! We saw quite a few westerners, mostly tourists and a few travellers. Tianzifang didn’t feel as authentic as many of the Beijing hutongs but was a fun place to visit.
      The photos are edited, will get the text written up when we get to Siem Reap :)

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