Bafang Boutique Hotel Dongguan Jinkaiyue
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... We noticed the clouds were building as we were travelling and by the time we were about to board the plane, the storm was in full force. Lightning was flashing continuously and I was beginning to feel really anxious about the prospect of flying through the lightning and thunder. After about an hour of waiting on the plane, the captain informed us that due to the storm, the ground staff were unable to load baggage or refuel the plane. ( this was a huge relief to me). ...
... from my final match or the dancing at the closing ceremony. We returned to the flat, packed our bags and cleaned up the kitchen. Sylvia had arranged a van to take us to the airport. Our driver was Anwar, the same guy who had picked us up on day 2 from Lantau Island. I decided to go with the rest of the gang even though my flight wasn't until 7:20 pm. I was going to go and take the cable car up to see the Big Buddha which is near the airport on ...
a penible night where I find myself having troubles sleeping (maybe
because I'm used to goto bed at 4am and not 1am, just a wild guess) we
wake up at 9 am, manage to get dressed in this tiny little room that
sometimes makes me think of Harry Potter's room under the stairs, and
then get going. Program today: first get my Vietnamese visa procedure in
order, then do some walking around the city.
... than we had originally, so we were happy.
We got ready and drank our wine whilst looking out at our view over the harbour. Tonight we were going to head into Hong Kong's Soho area to try out a restaurant that had been recommended to us. After walking up a steep incline and feeling a little bit hot and sweaty in the humid heat, we arrived at the restaurant Latitude 22. It was a tapas restaurant so I got have some sangria with my dinner! We ...
... a choppy schedule. I show up early on Sunday thinking, OK I'm going to have breakfast in the school cafeteria for once. Yet by 7:30 there is no food in the cafeteria and by 8:00 AM I hear no students, and no teachers have arrived in the office. I tried to text Adam, but his phone is off. I text Renee, and she tells me that school is cancelled today because of a Typhoon that is supposed to hit at 6pm.
O_O. What...SHEN ME?!?!?!?!?!? (yes that means "what" as well) ...