Grand Mercure Dongguan Houjie by ACCOR
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... changing (what must have been all of) the tires on a Boeing-777. What are the chances that there would be another group like that? The TV still said we were the flight to Geneva (which got bumped a gate over), and it was funny watching confused people walk by, wondering why it was a Chinese airplane taking them to Switzerland.
I got excited after about 2 hours thinking they were calling us to board. Nope, they just wanted us to have ...
... we passed through on the way were very third world looking with rubbish on the roadsides and neglected rundown tennement housing everywhere. It was with a sigh of relief that we pulled into a small side street which lead to a newish looking hotel where we were to stay for 12 hours until we had to return to the airport for the last leg of the trip to Auckland.
Breakfast was included so I ate what ...
... in China, so all that made in china stuff you see, it comes from here. So alongside the manufacturing also comes the shopping. Guangzhou is shopping central. Huge malls, huge wholesale stores. As well as handmade street markets too. There is a huge jade, jewelry and clothing market. Finding quality jade here is a shopper's dream. Finding quality hemp or bamboo clothes for cheap here was impossible for me ...
... is in this area, many of which originating from South America and many other places around the world. He pointed out some wild spinach, he said you can eat this raw or cooked. So I put a leaf in my mouth he says, oh wait no that's not spinach that's poisonous! But I knew he was just jerkin me around. Best spinach I have ever had. My only regret of this day is that I did not take that whole plant with me. ...
... arguably set China on its path to modernization. One of the key sparks for the Opium Wars was the Chinese refusal to allow British traders to enter the city - making the modern comfortable and air conditioned train journey from Hong Kong particularly relevant historically.
Arriving at Guangzhou East train station we first had to pass through the border and get our ...