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The US and China Crew Unite
We met our second camera operator, Sean, who also came down from Beijing. Nice guy. Duffy was joking around and said his old English name was, "Me too" (I guess because he was 2nd camera). Duffy, Alex, Richard, and Sean all have worked together before and seem like a good team of pros. I'm happy to be in good hands …
... drawer all the time, he or she just takes the top one from the pile and gives it to you; that is after an endless amount of paperwork has been printed, filled in, stamped twice and signed. So why it takes three days, I really don’t know.
I went to the bank alone; fairly confident I could finally get the new bank card and withdraw my money. I knew there would be one member of staff who spoke reasonable English to help. I don’t know ...
... 8217;t belong to me now; I am just a visitor. It is
different when you live somewhere compared to when you just visit. My visit
will be over on Wednesday and I will go back to Nepal; I wonder if I will find
a sense of belonging there? I bet I don’t find a Hooleys!
You couldn’t find a much starker contrast between Guangzhou
and Kathmandu. Guangzhou is modern, bright, brash, clean ...
... to find food. But we were home at last and able to put our aching feet up for the night. Our second full day in Guangzhou was slower paced than the first, thankfully. We headed out first thing in the morning to find White Cloud Mountain, where you can take a trolley to the top and get a great view of the city. We followed all the directions to get there but could not find the park! We were able to do some people watching as we walked along the streets. There were people ...
... streets packed with people, through the metro and to the hotel. Calling it an early night we make plans to learn and go over some key Nepali phrases tomorrow so as not to be caught so inadequately verbally segregated. We will have the buffet again, organize our bags, download pictures and then navigate a long metro line with all our bags to the airport. Then if all goes well fly off to Nepal. Apologizes for the lengthy entry, future posts will be a tad more concise. Until the next time I have a wifi ...
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