Here’s a fun comparison of three price points for cross-country flights.
Even though service has gone down, I’ll always love or want to love flying. I’ve been fascinated with air travel for as long as I can remember. I’ve flown Jetblue, but don’t recall all the niceties.
This “Is It Worth It?” series compares budget, midrange and luxury goods and services in an entertaining way. They look at everything from steak to apartments.
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How to bargain in Shanghai. He does a good job and you should bargain hard as he does. I much prefer Beijing’s markets, particularly the Pearl Market to where he’s gone.
If you want to see more, check out this one below.
I’ve taken loads of photos of traditional markets in China and I’m sure to post more. This video has a Chinese woman explaining the ins and outs of shopping in these markets.
Of all apartments I was shown, this was the best, which isn’t saying much. It was a 20 minute walk to school.
I can’t get over how the Chinese don’t clean apartments to be shown.
Here are photos from the best apartment I saw. On this second trip I was finally told that there’s a 50% management fee, high taxes and reasonable feels for utilities.