Gehao Holiday Hotel
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... are sweating and it doesn't relent till well after 10pm. You can see groups of locals hopping from door way to doorway down the high street as they try to get a cool blast from the air conditioners. I have been told it hasn't rained for 3 months now, and everyone is praying for a shower. We got to the hotel and met with Ed and Ollie. They had brought their cousins with them, Peggy and Auston to help introduce us to the city. ...
... with the girl that sat next to me on the plane who is also waiting for a connecting flight. There's not much here at the airport and wifi's terrible. I kinda expected more from china. The highlight of this stopover was going to the toilet, opening the cubicle door and finding a hole in the floor. I have no ...
The checkin opened at 7:30 and it was busy. After getting our boarding passes we went though security and immigration to arrive at the Premium lounge. Had a quick bite and relaxed and getting some work done in the comfortable chairs (like the ones at the door massage places). Had a quick shower to get ready for the red eye flight to ...
After one hour flight delay, we arrived in Guangzhou at 4pm but the connection on Turkish doesn't leave until 11pm. Kinda awkward timing as it's too little time to go into the city 41km away but too long until the check in counter opens at 7:30pm. The Guangzhou airport lack serious seating so good thing Air China First Class check in counter as ...
... to be two stops and we silently glided by the first temple, I thought no biggie, I'm sure we'll stop at the second one. Nope! They boated out and TURNED RIGHT AROUND! Nobody went to go and look around at the temple, they just took a picture from the boat. The whole thing was about 30 minutes, maximum.
After this, I had zero enthusiasm for staying around there any longer, or trying to hike to the temple, which also was a possibility that I learned about on the bus.