Golden Bay International Hotel Qinzhou
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... Chinese from Vietnam, whose expulsion from that country in the late 1970s sparked a brief attempt by China to invade its neighbor. Established over 2,000 years ago, the city prospered during the Han era, when it was a busy port.’ From Eyewitness Travel China. Today, Beihai is known as the fastest growing city in China.
There are few beaches there – one of them Silver Beach, nice with lots of food and people. The other, near the Shangri La ...
... our seatbelts on.. A bit bizar! Poor little 5 year old beside us wasn't feeling well, so we gave him a motion sickness tablet, but unfortunately it didn't help, he kept being sick during the whole trip, poor wee man. As the bus ride was a bit longer than expected we tried to find thugs that we could do, So Clíona started reading her book while the rest got some extra sleep and watched the movie that was played on the bus (twice!) Finally we got to Guilin, only a taxi away ...
Nanning is the capital of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. It's also known as the 'Green City’ because of its abundance of lush tropical foliage. I would love to say ‘yes, this is a beautiful green Chinese city’ but when I visited Nanning it was cold and rainy winter time and all greenery, just like people, were hiding behind the mask of unexciting grey. Also, in my mind, ‘green city’ and ‘Chinese ...
... family and closest neighbors gathered together to eat and have some fun. There was no band, music or dancing but lots of food and drink on the tables. Wedding banquets differ from place to place, from village to village and city to city. Some are hosted in huge hotels, some at homes and even at the ancestor temples. They consist usually of 5-10 courses, with ingredients such as shark’s fin, lobster, sea cucumber, some local delicacies etc… mostly meat and dishes to symbolize fertility. ...
... just what you need after a 10 hour coach adventure. We bashered up in a cheapy hotel opposite the station and bought the first train ticket out of Nanning for Guilin the following morning.
Now for the fun of trying to find some food...... every café, takeaway and restaurant menu was in Chinese and without photos. As for an English speaker, hen's teeth and rocking horse poo springs to mind. We ended up pointing at various food items in the kitchen and on ...