Golden Bay International Hotel Qinzhou
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... filled with play, tiny adventures, and getting to know each other. I think we learned quickly that he likes to run, which means he'll fit right in. He is a very active and curious little boy who seems to be extremely intent on living in the moment. Christian has been the model big bro as he has made every effort to show him how to play and all the different games and toys we have. We couldn't be more proud ...
Mel: Although NanNing was a city we were just passing through, we enjoyed some traditional cultural buildings and hidden laneways, amongst massive shopping malls. We stayed at Traveling with Hostel, where Remy hustle sprite from the fabulous staff.......hmmmm.....what a cultural learning trip this is turning out to ...
... fast here in China.
There are many taxis, motorbike taxis and tricycles. However, they will often try to overcharge you if they know you are not a native of China, or Beihai. Haggling is customary, so do not be afraid to ask for a lower rate. Getting a taxi ride from the Shangri-La hotel to the train station is about 20 RMB. Taxis should use a meter; there is a surcharge of ¥1 to be paid in addition to the fare shown on the meter.
... Greenforest Hostel
3F No. 3 Jiefang Rd (nearby the Minsheng Pedestrian Street)
Phone – 0771-2813977
(very close to the river and center of the town, clean, helpful and friendly place).
Around the square in front of the station are several hotels offering bargains for rooms and dorm beds with dorm beds starting at 元15.
* a fragment of soon-to-be-published book ‘Seven Paths to Shangri-La’ by Ula Moleda
... 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. ...