Chateau Star River Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau Star River Hotel Guangzhou
On a peninsula by the river, this place is beautiful, a self contained resort with a visual factor of 9/10
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... got a message from Nadia, who I haven't seen in ages, and we ended up going to the pool for a bit. And now I am finally, officially, home. I miss Siem Reap like crazy, and I'm already dreaming of my next trip there. I met so many amazing, wonderful people - the staff, the volunteers, the other travellers partying downtown, the Khmer people, my students, the other Upaya tenants. I loved the whole energy of the city, the beauty of the country landscape; so ...
... rustle of the trees. After a while I started trying to find my way out of the forest; that took a good hour and a half. I came out of a different entrance and walked around hoping to find a metro station nearby - used some Mandarin to ask for the nearest one and found out there wasn't any nearby, so I had to get on a bus and then a metro. I stopped off at Shamian Island, which is a very strange island in the middle of the Pearl River - strange because it ...
... was really impressive. It's quite likely I will get the bends; in 30 hours I had been launched to 35,000 feet and down again three times, and then 100 floors up in less that 20 seconds... If the food doesn't kill me this month, the pressure might! Hit the sheets at half 10 after saying goodbye to Peggy and Auston; they are lovely, but thought it was hilarious that I kept falling asleep in the restaurant... Time to see what tomorrow ...
... marks of respect I saw in Beijing), but I also witnessed what appeared to be a choir practising in one of the temple rooms, and one of the bigger more fancy rooms had monks and nuns (are they called that in Buddhism?) walking around a statue of Buddha, chanting. The sounds of people chanting, singing and worshipping throughout the temple complex lingered and made this holy place come to life.
I explored the area further, and came across a large room - going ...
Our Flight to Xian has been delayed until 10pm so will not arrive in Xian until after midnight! We boarded the plane and then due to the weather conditions we disembarked and went back to the departure lounge and now have a two hour delay leaving at ...