Blue Sky Hotel
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... Zimbabwe for myself. The way the granite fit so smoothly together truly depicts the immense amount of work constructors must have had to put in and the amount of time they sacrificed to achieve such perfection.
Thank you for taking the time to experience my journey through the text on this screen! I do hope opportunity comes knocking on my door soon for me to be able to journey through the past once ...
... him conversing inside a shack with one of the farmers about the benefits of living in such an area due to the bountiful precipitation and abundant sunlight favorable for growing such crops. Walking in, I introduced myself to both him and his wife, and after a brief discussion on Canton, Nathan and I were served a simple yet delicious dish of rice and beef. Just as my tummy was satisfied by that rich meal, so I am satisfied with the wonderful opportunities this trip presented us ...
... Tim and I are definitely not!) and he installed a VPN on our phones so we “should” be able to receive our mail, IF the Internet is working and that has been hit and miss this week. A VPN "tricks" the Internet into thinking we're living in the US. Another thing I’ve been struggling with a bit is our limited diet. Neither of us like the local Chinese food, and the smells since I’ve been sick seem to be stronger and less appealing. With ...
... Being more organised than us, they had a Lonely Planet guide and gave us some hope that we would eventually make it to Guilin, where they had just come from. (on a plane.. lucky *******s!)
Having been given this information, we decided our best bet was to head to the bus station and see if we had any more luck there, so avoiding all the tourist attacking scum, we headed in that general direction. On the way, we passed a travel shop and to cut a long story short, we ...
... the Dragon Boat Festival on the Pearl River. Although it rained everyday, and the day of the festival was not any sunnier, it was exciting to see so many peddles acting like tiny legs swimming the water, while the heart of the dragon beat in the back with a half naked drummer, keeping a steady beat. The traditional festival food is called zong zi, a sticky rice ball with meat, corn, or bean filling, wrapped in corn leaves. It's one food in China that I felt like ...