Hotel City Park
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This time, I had two choices of airlines: Air India and China Southern. I took China Southern, because I had a chance to visit Guangzhou of China, but it turned out to be a wrong choice. We were involved in a trouble due to the lack of information of my travel agency. Fist of all, the airplane from Nagoya was supposed to arrive at Guangzhou, but it …
... to enter the country, it was still a little nerve wracking to have to wait while they processed everything. Bree finished first and waited on the other side of the counters but for some reason my guy kept having me repeat information to him and then started calling over supervisors to look at his computer screen. At that point they asked me to take a seat in the waiting area and said they were having "technical difficulties" and would get everything worked out ...
... and heat I was travelling in a fog). After check in at around 3pm Pratap arranged to pick us up again at 4.30pm to visit the Red Fort with a guide. Yes, we duly showered, changed and of again, out of the blessed airconditioned hotel, into car and of to the fort. Have to say it was great seeing it and guide was informative. He duly promised that after the fort he would take us to see how the precious and semi precious ...
... a half hour time change. So he wakes up at his usual time. Naturally when he wakes up he is full of beans and you can't keep a wide awake toddler quiet. So I get woken an hour earlier than would otherwise have been the case when they switched the lights back on for breakfast. But I don't mind. He is a nice little kid - not like megaphone boy on the flight to Sydney. It doesn't seem to bother Kathleen though. I have to give her a shove to wake her up for her breakfast.
... smoke. It immediately dries your throat. "Now that’s something you don’t see every day" is what I said to David. There was an elephant crossing the road with a few camels following it. It was 3 in the morning!
After a family breakfast at 10am, we set out to visit Pawan Khana of Rainbow travels for a briefing of the upcoming tour. The traffic is unbearable, but the honking of horns was worse in China. Children come to ...