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Travel Blogs from Nanning
... far, it's a 4 berth and we have another young girl, we think Chinese in one of the other bunks. She goes to sleep really quickly and we decide that after a couple of tuff days we bunk down about 19.45 (gosh we must be getting old) At 22.00 we are woken with a knock on the door for passport control, this is different than before they take our passports, which we are now used to but then they tell us to get off the train with all our stuff, ushered into a very ...
... Now she and I are glad she bought 4 new pairs of shoes. We got stuck in the awful subway construction jam and did not arrive to the airport until 2:45 for a 4:00 flight which in itself makes me nervous. We rushed in checked in and were though security by 3:00, thank god it's a small airport. We are hurrying along when Tori hears someone calling Allie's name and we look over and there is Mickey and her ...
... We even got to do some more shopping.
Our next stop was the Science Center. This was 4 floors of different types of hands on science experiments that all the kids just LOVED!!! The second floor had play area that the kids went crazy over. They had a slant house that was insane. When you went inside your mind was playing tricks in you because everything was on a slant. The kids, young and old, went in and ...
Well we made it to our final "flight" destination of Nanning. When we boarded this last plane I realized that this is going to be an interesting experience for Allie. We walked onto the plane and the flight attendant said hello to me and Allie was right behind me and the woman said Ni hao and Allie just smiled. The girls and I were so happy to finally be off of planes. We went into the airport and Tori just had to use the ...
... to pay for a computer for one hour. Eventually we pulled out our notebook and used hand signals and smiles to communicate. And it worked! We found a place to stay and again headed off on foot to get there.
After settling in at the hostel, we had yet to see a Westerner, which was amazing for a city the size of 5.5 million people.
We spent the rest of the day and evening walking around part of the city that seemed to be very highly concentrated with malls, shopping, ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility