Gui Hua Xiang Hotel
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... part of me felt like I was living two lives. One at school and in the flat, the other, hosting Mike and Zb at the hotel across town. It’s not that anything was personal or we had a bad outing, it was just physically and emotionally demanding. Home at last, I’m finally able to clean up, wash my clothes, and at last, relax.
Hard Core Cleaning
With the flat to myself, Zac and Leon both vacationing together in Hainan, rather than sit and drink away my ...
... you and interrupt, the metro is a free for all. When you do have the persons attention there will be heads over both shoulders watching what you are doing, forget the red or yellow "wait here" line at passport control. We imagined everyone would be very polite like the Japanese but in China it is the reverse. Anything modern or fashionable is written in English. Adverts aimed at youngsters almost always have some English text. The main TV news has two lines of text on ...
... rain. The one constant so far has been the murk: we are not sure yet how much of this is foggy winter weather, and how much is the level of C02...The pollution here, in every city, has been remarkable, and nose-cloggingly filthy.
Our flight was delayed, I think due to murky weather, but we arrived safely in Chongqing a dark, cold Tuesday night, where we expect to be for four days or so.
Love to you all,
Martin & Lyndsey
... not necessarily fun, but it highlights that we are in a foreign country far from home, which is a feeling we want while traveling. We have fun just watching and listening to the people here interacting together. They all talk so loud and animated and the language has so many stresses on the sounds that it seems like they are arguing and we will think they are mad at each other and then all the sudden they are laughing and smiling. The other thing we ...
... our 7:45pm takeoff turned into a 2-hour delay given all the air traffic control issues experienced across China on a daily basis.
We ultimately landed in Shanghai around 12:15am and arrived at our hotel around 1am, so it was a very long day for us all.
Overall, we found Guilin to be a great stop along our tour of China. Our last stop-- Shanghai.