my freehand travel sketches

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on this website is my freehand travel sketches, please comment! thank you. Janet
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

From a link from your site:
"Shanghai is both charming and hollow. Too many kisses are wasted in this city. I have a drawer full of stories about nights in Shanghai. Which is the most splendid? None. I think I know where I got lost."
I spent a full night and half a day in Shanghai's airport, and then a sleepless 12 hours on my flight back to Canada. Goodbye China. May the rest of the world not become so bleak, smelly, dirty, crowded or bland as your cities I passed in 2006. May you change for the better. http://www.time.com/time/asia/magazine/99/0927/shanghai.html
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sorry about your bad travel experiences, Warm Worm. you've the right to have your opinion and comment on any city as you want on bbs but it does NOT reflect the real world.
Shanghai is the my favorite city, charming and energetic. ofcoz with a lot of social problems as those of the States and Canada.
I traveled a lot and slept in the airport a lot because of flight delay or ground controls. but I'm not so frustrated as you're. I think it's a good chance to explore a city for free! that's how I visited SF and Baltimore.
but still, good luck for your journeys and still welcome back to China. -Janet

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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

My travel experiences weren't precisely bad. My apartment, save for the wacky plumbing along a couple of walls, the dubious hot-water-heater mount (over my head in the stand-up shower); the sewer-like smelliness of the washroom and odd-looking flies one one wall near the drain, was fairly decent and I especially enjoyed the Russian TV channel. My Russian colleagues were pretty cool too... I think I'll visit Russia one day. :) I also admittedly got a kick (for at least the first few days) out of being about the only rollerblader, oval-faced and blue eyed, in Linyi, and because if it, might now have a better idea of how famous people feel. "Helloooo... Hellooooo"... "Neehaaaahww... Neehaaaahww" (waves)
I also appreciated the overpriced tea and tea-ceremony and the spontaneous dinner-invitation afterward at a nice teahouse, along with the generally fine hospitality of the people. I had a hard time with the currency though, and had a feeling that many thought I was rich. Relatively-speaking, perhaps, but not when I went back home without any savings.
I uploaded a quick clip for you of my 6-hour trip back to Shanghai on this cool "bed-bus"-- 3 rows full of bunk-beds:
http://www.sfu.ca/~rmacinty/China/Chinabus.avi
Never took a bed-bus like that in North America, and certainly would have appreciated it.

You might find that, with time, you prefer cities or towns more along a "human scale".

By sleeping in airports? See how well you sleep with a $1648 (Canadian) laptop and $1000 digital camera in your luggage.

Give me a shout if you ever want to do Russia and want a companion. Da? -Rich

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Don wrote:

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