Fortune Condominium Hotel
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I paid 236¥ for a ************ a slow train from Beijing to Guilin. We departed from Beijing West Station at the exact ticket time, 5:50pm, and arrived in Guilin the following day at 1:15pm. I am investable impressed at the Chinese trains. They are yet another example of the brilliant and massive development in China. They span across the entire country, transport hundreds of millions of people, and are quite comfortable. ...
... meal. The town was not unlike an upmarket Katmandu. In fact all three villages had the air of McCloud Ganj where Su and I spent a happy two or more weeks doing absolutely nothing many years ago. Tuesday 21st October Up, breakfast and off for an uncomfortable day of travelling made more onerous by heavy rain and a sick bug working its way through the group. Descending from the mountain with our packs on our backs left Roz and I with a dilemma which you can wrestle with yourselves. ...
... dorms, library and playground. All of it was great but my favorite part was visiting the classrooms and being bombarded with the high schoolers who wanted to know everything about us. The high schoolers had made up American names for themselves, some of which included normal names like Claire and Natalie while other students choose names like Apple and Locker. Overall, all of the people at the high school ...
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Was this a wise decision? Its now 9am. We have hardly slept. The seats we are in are literally no bigger than our standard bus seats or train seats. You cant stretch your legs as the people in front are touching knees with us its that close. This has to be the worse journey we have ever taken. On the plus side what an experience! We have seen the backs off China, some beautiful scenery! The family ...
... quickly. We got dinner on the street in Chinatown. We ate clay pot chicken and rice with a side of sautéed veggies. It was good. Malaysia’s main claim to fame is their food. It’s all anyone talks about when they tell us about their visit to Malaysia. The food is mainly Chinese and Indian with a bit of Malaysian’s own flare. I’ve really enjoyed the Indian food. It’s less spicy than the food I ate when I was in India and ...