Travel Blogs from Nanjing
... clubs, if you should be up for that. Golfsmith has a large amount of good instructional information as well regarding club building. When you have had a proper club fitting and understand what to purchase, this is a good option. It's really not that difficult. Golfsmith also has a trade-in service, and you can obtain a discount on a new pair of clubs by trading in your old ones. This also means they will have lots of pre-owned clubs for sale. Check ...
... that it would be impossible to part with her so I took to her with a screw driver, put her in a box and freighted her to my new school.
You can part a man with his beer and his wife but never his Heavy Metal nor his bike!
I'm not sure if I told you, I ...
... students helped me find the bus to the bus station.
I was two hours early. Sigh. Better than too late I guess.
I got my favourite bus with the beds in it! And I slept all the way home after chowing down on some pork steam buns.
PS I ripped my favourite traveling shirt :( Yep, the plaid Old Navy one, I wear almost every single weekend. So, I guess you won't have to look at me in puffy sleeves again.
... raindrops overhead.
Ranald started calling hotels and finally I got up to follow him in looking for another place to stay. We wandered, finding the same problem again. We eventually settled on "Hentique" something hotel. Don't ask me what it meant.
We got a sort of clinical-feeling suite, but it wasn't a bad place. I thought it was a ripoff but what can you do when there's no room at the inns?
... because he went there before. He had some things to see there that he missed last time.
After I acquiesced, Chris from Welland posted a huge 3D painting on Facebook that was on display in Nanjing, so you know I had to find it. I can't resist crazy coincidences like that.
We arrived five hours later at 10:30 and couldn't find a room. Also, Ranald doesn't like to go with the guest house owners ...