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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
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The first day in China started ominously…I got off the plane and took a public bus to my hotel. Once there I realized that no one at the front desk could speak or understand English. Hand signals were marginally helpful so finally I got my passport out and they made a copy. Then a few phone …
... I arrived or how long it took but if I tell you that I had to sign my name TWELVE times on various bits of paper, including photocopies of my passport and punch in my pin number at least seven times, you’ll get an idea of how long the whole process might have taken. These were in addition to the signatures and number punching I had to do three days ago. It is no wonder that the banks have a ticket numbering system and seats for customers to wait, ...
... 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 ...
... from live chickens to radios to fresh fruit. One person even had a stack of meat (not sure what kind) on a piece of cardboard on the sidewalk that he was cooking with a blowtorch. We definitely got a lot of blatant states as we walked. We had only seen a handful of other westerners in the city, so there was no point in trying to hide the fact that we were tourists. They could spot us a mile away. It was another hot, muggy day and after searching for the park and ...
The saying, "are you digging a hole to China?" I discovered has some accuracy because it really is on the other side of the world. A short thirteen and a half hour flight is all it takes to get there. The view taking off from Vancouver was spectacular, ascending into mist and cloud overlooking the whole Sunshine Coast. The only major exciting thing of note on the plane was during the landing process in which a leak of water started to drip from the overhead area, directly on to ...
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