Wangjiang International Hotel
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After a late night of booking Air Asia discounted flights we're now planned out until New Zealand so for readers who care about our itinerary here is everything post Thailand, where Ilast updated you until.
18th January – Leave Thailand by land into Cambodia. We have five and a half weeks to make our way to Hoi Chi Min City in Vietnam
25th February – Fly ...
... around Cheng Du. Here's a glimpse.
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This was my first exposure to a big Chinese city park. What a treat! Very rambunctious. Everybody every age doing everything! Kite flying, Line Dancing, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Water Poetry, Karaoke. It was awesome! Nice ponds abound where old folks hung out and young ...
... at our hostel, the Mix Hostel. The place was really cool. The staff were super friendly. They booked tickets for us without charging us for the pleasure, gave us loads of advice and generally went out of their way to help anyone. The common rooms in the hostel were great too. They had everything you need. Nice places to chill out, dvd, garden, cheap food and beer, washing machine, internet etc - everything! And all this was for ¥90 per night (£9).
We spent our first ...
... it. All the floors and the walls in both rooms were once white, but the tiles were all covered in grime, mould and rust.
In China, most people clean with a mop and water – that’s it. So it was no wonder why it was so dirty. Even so, the past tenants were pretty disgusting – leaving rubbish everywhere, no room was safe. Even the living room which was actually pretty clean, had old newspapers, sticky ...