In Search of the Tag Fairy
- Dec 25, 2007
Breakfast was something special as long as you were willing to try some of the local food.Breakfast sounded fantastic.
She definitely was.Your fairy godmother at the port sounds like a lifesaver!
I am still not over this.Very tactless and rude of the captain to make an announcement like that, wow.
The solarium with my favourite hang out.and the solarium looks heavenly.
Well, people in China seem to have a different kind of relationship to food than we have.How totally bizarre that those ladies were wanting to bring so many satsumas onboard... like you said, there’s no shortage on food...
I was absolutely delighted about this. With the park being so quiet, we covered a lot of ground.What a nice sorprise that Graham accompanied you to Shanghai Disney. You seemed to get lot done on that one day.
I had read about this happening, but we never saw this. We did however get stung by this in Dubai once and the hotel we were staying in on that trip tried to con us with a towncar as well. By then I had learned my lesson and pointblank refused to get in.So do they try to bait and switch you with taxis and towncars in China?
That definitely made the process smoother.Nice that you had a fairy godmother to take care of you in the port!
I really do not understand how somebody can behave like this. The average Chinese passenger may not understand enough English to be offended, but that does not make it right. They also have a high proportion of Chinese crew and they are all fluent in English.How rude of the Captain to say that about the Chinese over the speaker.
The food was absolutely amazing.Your dinners looked nice and the room looked great!
Just in time for me posting the next update.I'm finally all caught up again!