The most expensive soup steam buns I have seen in my life yet. Each of these little guys costed about $1, they are usually priced at $0.15.
Found a beautiful church not far from our hostel.
Jason wanted to try a duran while in China. There is now a mountain of duran to satisfy him.
Public awareness ad about toilet sanitary.
Arriving at the Shanghai Museum, only to be appalled by a 4-hour line.
Change of plan: Yuyuan, a bustling temple market, was the next up.
Iced coconut drink.
Cookies with the Yuyuan logo.
Peking duck snacks.
Steamed bun shop, the line was way too long.
Lunch included a drinkable soup steam bun, exotic milk tea and some bird-on-a-skewer wrapped in leaves.
Old film watching.
Traditional Chinese clothing.
Glass art shop.
Silver jewelry maker.
Me buying silver jewelry.
Trying on some super expensive necklace.
24k gold necklace for only a little more than $100.
Purses made out of blue satin.
Of course, this is a traditional Chinese medicine.
Drones sold for cheap.
A park right across from Yuyuan.
Dolphine garden art.
Car with vertical doors.
Next up, Xintiandi for draft beers.
Renovated old alleyways.
We sat down at a local brewery. They had all of their brewing equipment on-site.
Stopping by my favorite revolving sushi place, sushi express.
Our work for the day.
After dinner we stopped by Tianzifang, another favorite spots for tourists and locals alike.
A purse shaped like a layered skirt.
Other interesting purses.
Fancy hot dogs.