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Q: Are there any camp sites in or around Shanghai?

6 years 8 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Shanghai

 
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you're gonna have to go outside of shanghai not much greenery there

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crimochina, I can see how accumulating points may become an addiction, but you're not being helpful at all with your so called "answers". I saw that my question had finally been answered and was excited to find out something knew, so you can't imagine the disappointment I felt when I saw that my question too was victim to yet another "crimochina-point-grabbing-mission". No offense or anything! Tongue

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Hahaha at the girl saying somebody is a point whore when she is one herself, asking the most boring questions here.

But you must have a lot of free time yourself, Lolitta, since you travel across China to go camping. After going camping near Beijing, you travel all the way to Shanghai.

My advice, since you seem to like camping and having enough money to travel, is to leave the big cities, the scenery will be better.

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check this site out http://english.shqp.gov.cn/gb/content/2005-06/13/content_65604.htm i was too lazy to read it through but if that is what you looking for you owe me a kiss

tommas leave her alone, i'm in love with her (avatar photo) just hope she's not a fat hairy smelly dude Shock

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