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... it should arrive. Plus, the table next to me already had a huge bowl of it. Nope, "mayo", no tofu.
"Noodles?" she said.
"Fine noodles." Out she comes with some ****** ramen that was stir fried with some spam or something. Ugh.
"Twenty Eight for that?" My god. Just pay it whatever.
There was quite a walk in between Li garden and Zili village. I thought the pathway ...
... had them all written in Chinese. The hotel was very close. Good.
The next day I went to see the Diaolou. They were mostly build by successful overseas Chinese and incorporate architecture from China and the West. More basic diaolou were build in concrete with main propose to protect the villager form bandits. Here is a link to read more about it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiping_Di aolou
There is 3 major diaolou clusters around Chikan. I went to ...
Today we left Guangzhou early and took the bus out to the countryside. We passed many blocks of flats that had been built on former farming land, resulting in some very wealthy farmers who no longer need to farm. Despite driving for 2 hours the continual light grey smog filled sky of the city continued right into the countryside. The sun felt stronger in the rural areas but the sky was still not blue! Our first stop was Kaiping Diaolouin where we visited the Zili village. It was ...
... we visited were nice and friendly. Unlike the other places frequented by tourists, this area let's people just walk around and look without trying to get people to buy things every few feet. Lots of sites I read before coming say to go with a tour guide, but if you know numbers in Cantonese, you could negotiate a price for a driver on the street and you would be fine.
We had dinner at an awesome restaurant before ...
... around us if this was Zhenjiang to be told "Kaiping, Kaiping!" We really didnt need this right now to be in the middle of nowhere in Guangdong, especially when they speak a language we dont even know one word of!!
Luckily a guy was pointing at another bus which meant that we had to get on another one and then head off to Zhenjiang, by this point it was 3pm on Saturday so our hopes of reaching Sanya today slowly faded away ...