Golden Bay International Hotel Qinzhou
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... there 2 nights in order to sort out our sleeper train to Vietnam. Nice hostel with a really nice, cheery Chinese girl with absolutely amazing English in charge. She could put on different accents and was very sarcastic, although she had never been out of Asia. Night train was an experience - 13 hours in a 4 berth train with 2 border stops. The Chinese border was very militarily run, with armed guards and very little smiling, but the Vietnamese one was far more laid ...
... up to the bottom of the falls. The Chinese posed on the front of the boat sitting standing and acting out the poses like a magazine shoot. Two boys caught my eye playing on the Vietnam side of the river in the water chasing each other on and off the raft bare butts and giggles. Left of the main falls is a group of cascading single waterfalls. The middle the main flows of water and to the right hidden in the trees ...
... rarely working water taps made for an all around awful experience. Stepping on others bodily fluids, you quickly perfect aim and the ‘get in, get out’ method. It’s times like these that I wish I was male. On the train, I was at an all time high, the toilet on the train was literally a hole in the train where you urinated directly onto the railway tracks…while it was moving. It’s a once in ...
... dancing, loads of groups of people playing cards, people playing instruments...we got a lot of fuuny looks and giggles as there are no other Westerners here. We then went in ahuge shopping mall, full of funky dressed women, each floor had clothes and were really cheap, just which I had more room in my bagpack. Nanning is so big, we then went down a highstreet and it was ...
... trying to get us to dump our luggage in the back and get in, we were so grateful! The shuttle then went past a few guards that checked our passports, through a large tunnel and down a large slope to a place that looked so different to the Vietnamese side, beautiful gardens, huge stautes. We got dropped at a transit centre and waited for a coach to pick us up, the Chinese people helped us so much as it was really confusing, I'm sure if we weren't with them ...