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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... 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 ...
... far as public
transport goes very efficient – Kathmandu is old, drab, tired, dirty, and as
for public transport - is a nightmare. One difference however in favour of
Kathmandu, the people smile and make you feel welcome.
Something I will always love and miss about China are their
wonderful parks, especially so in Guangzhou. Today I wandered into People’s Park
which is not ...
... 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, ...
... two students. We felt like a huge nuisance. We ordered the noodle special, green tea and somehow got confused and ordered a bowl of plain rice. The food and tea was delicious. We ate fairly fast as we were not sure on how to get home so didn't want to take too long. The server that was left to us was wonderful. With the use of Ann-Marie's phone and the download of the metro system on it, he pointed out the closest station and mimed/ and with broken English told us how to get there. ...
... 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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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services