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Travel Blogs from Zhongshan
... You have to learn an incredible amount of patience in China; just wait and keep smiling. Finally, after paying an additional five rmb to the ten I paid last Friday, I got my card and could withdraw my money, (I had travelled all the way from Nepal, at no little expense to do this). The five was a processing fee; the ten was for the card itself. However, the time it took, it should have been at least fifty, not five. And if it takes so much paperwork ...
... the name makes you wanna do a back flip. haha There are over 100 countries that I could possibly go to. I'm like "DUDE THIS WILL BE MY LIFE."
Where would I be if I couldn't dream? I'm old enough to know I'm never letting go. I know I get a little crazy, And I know I get a little loud, And I know I'm never gonna fake it. I am wild. I am free. I am more than you think So call me a freak, But that's just the way I roll.
... 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 ...
... going with that. You can walk down the street and almost always see someone staring at you with a scowl on their face. I love flashing them a cheesy American smile. It turns the face into such a translatable grin. Eyes light up and teeth almost popping out of their head. Its amazing just how a simple smile can be the communication between two people that know absolutely nothing of how to communicate with one another.
... our taxi driver didn't know where he was going. Finally, after about 30 minutes we arrived at Wanda Plaza, the place where this restaurant was supposed to be located. We paid the driver and with growling tummies headed towards the building. Only this restaurant was nowhere to be found. We stood outside holding up the card that the receptionist had given us in an attempt to match it to the signs. No luck. Some girls who worked in a shop nearby tried to help us figure out where ...