We were on our way to London on Friday when I would normally have been in China.. virtually anyway.. But I don’t want you to miss your weekly guided tour by Tess Karlinski. Shanghai part three.. and a an old bazaar, Dinner and some very interesting fact.
Keep your belongings in front of you. What’s in front belongs to you; what’s behind, belongs to someone else.
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Whenever we left or entered the bus, our tour guide gave a reminder to check our personal belongings. At first, I felt we were being treated like children but soon realized how easy it is to become engrossed while surrounded by the distractions of China.
Old Shanghai Bazaar
What luck! Once again, we were given time to explore on our own. After the splendor of the financial district (The Bund), some in our group discovered another world a short distance away. These are the real people we had little occasion to see. I thank RJ for sharing these wonderful pictures.
More day-to-day scenes:
The Ritzier Bazaar
While a few explored the vibrant open market, others followed Jackie, our…
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