Dongrong Business Hotel
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... me a massive box of lychees! This amazing fruit from Guangdong that is everywhere at the moment.
I didn't have to leave until later on Sunday so I hung out at the guys, Cliadhna's, and Swinly and Penny's for my last few hours, trying to stay awake after a tiring week with little sleep. Then made my way to Guangzhou to get on a sleeper train to Zhangjiaije, which is where I am now. Beautiful place. It's gonna be a very exciting few ...
... out themselves and became quite meaningful for all of us. It was at the same hotel venue as the Winter Concert so a big deal.
Monday, I took my Travel Club on a field trip to Shenzhen to visit the Windows of the World Amusement Park – what a place! It’s huge – in 4 hours we didn’t see it all and has replicas of all the famous landmarks around the world along with a few rides. We took the ...
... some of that beauty once you use them as a reading tool instead.
Headed back, had a nice stir-fry for dinner from the food market and then chilled out with Catherine and the guys.
The week just gone I've been finalising my travel plans for 5 weeks around China. Since we finish earlier than we thought we would, I'm not going to Hong Kong to renew my visa - maybe I'll use the extra time to do some more of SE Asia after China. Starting off in Zhangjiajie, ...
... finished the term for a mere $1,500.00/month! That was for the 2 of us, but still…
Our plans are all finalized for our return trip home. We fly to Berlin and spend a few days there before taking the train to Firth, near Nuremberg, where Tim will run in a marathon on his 55th birthday, June 21. We then travel to Belgium for a week and join a river cruise down the Rhine for a week, ending in Basil, Switzerland. ...
... rolling in, it was a culinary sensation! Different teas to try and so many different tasty foods to try: noodles, greens, steamed buns, dumplings, even cheese cake! We don’t like much of the local Chinese food but Sharon had ordered dishes she thought westerns would like and we did! It was a delightful morning and she’s going to organize another one before we leave.
We plan to go for our last trip to Shenzhen tomorrow and have ...