Guangzhou Baiyun Hotel
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Have you ever heard the song 'Slow Boat to China'? Well, a similar song could be written about the slow banking system in China.
This was my second visit to the bank; the first being three days ago to request a new bank card because my previous had been swallowed up by the ATM – not my fault and another story! I was told it would take three working days to get a new card, which is fair enough but actually the bank cards sit in the ...
... provide shelter from the heat of the
sun which closes out the oh so busy city. There are only three places to be
when the sun beats down: in the park, in an air conditioned shopping mall or
one’s air conditioned hotel room and the former is surely the best.
Next to visiting the dentist, the hairdressers is the thing I really dislike. However, my hair was looking bad and I ...
... the sound of the traffic. As we walked past a school we could hear through the open windows the children laughing and talking with each other and the vehicles were only a low hum in the background. The streets here were quiet, with only a few pedestrians exploring, and small groups of art students bent over their sketch pads. Down one of the streets we found an outdoor gym of sorts with al kinds of exercise equipment and machines to use as well as a running track. Naturally, ...
... and departure wings, and everything in between. Then off to the street to hail a taxi. Meandering through the outskirts of the city, lots of lush green vegetation, buildings scattered left and right, then we finally made it into the density of a city with 10 million people like I expected. Me and Ann-Marie started to feel the long flight at this point, and after what I think was a 45 min taxi ride, but am not entirely sure as it may have felt longer due to exhaustion, we ...
... I still reckon the above reminds me of when I am in class and when one of the MANY students who needs glasses puts their fingers to the end of their eyes and lift the skin, I reckon that makes them look Super Chinese and I still reckon that if we did that anywhere in Australia we would be taken to court.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility