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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
Have you ever heard the song 'Slow Boat to China'? Well, a similar song could be written about the slow banking system in China.
This was my second visit to the bank; the first being three days ago to request a new bank card because my previous had been swallowed up by the ATM – not my fault and another story! I was told it would take three working days to get a new card, which is fair enough but actually the bank cards sit in the ...
... provide shelter from the heat of the
sun which closes out the oh so busy city. There are only three places to be
when the sun beats down: in the park, in an air conditioned shopping mall or
one’s air conditioned hotel room and the former is surely the best.
Next to visiting the dentist, the hairdressers is the thing I really dislike. However, my hair was looking bad and I ...
... was quite lively and very crowded. We took some time to wander around a bit more before heading back to the hotel for the night. We had good intentions of spending the evening journaling or editing photos or reading, but by 9 pm the day had got the best of us and we both headed to bed. And now here we are at 7:30am on September 14th. We will have to check out in a few hours and then head to the airport for our flight to Nepal. It feels like the past few days have just blown ...
... at least that is what I would like to blame it on. That and being tired. After an hour and a half we made it back to the hotel. We decided to ask the hotel staff with the minuutte amount of English they spoke and the non existent amount of Chinese we spoke where we should go for dinner. The girl at reception recommended a newer area, place where she has gone a few times to eat. She stated it would be a 2min taxi ride to get there. At least that is what we understood. She described ...
... beautiful girls and great people all whom helped me a lot and with whom I shared some great moments and I reckon most importantly, I drank some tasty beers and ate some delicious noodles!
I reckon more importantly than 'most importantly;
Is the fact that I survived all my bus rides!
I reckon 'Life ...