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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... signing just to get another bank card, what must be involved to get a loan or a mortgage?
China has made the most incredible advances over the past thirty years. In this time they have built more roads, railways and housing than the UK has done in the past one hundred and yet when it comes to simple banking procedures, they are still in the dark ages. Everyone in China complains about the banks. How China has achieved so much so quickly, I will never ...
I find myself back in China again, something I thought would
not happen but fate has brought me back. I must say I feel quite happy to be
back in Guangzhou because it is a place I am comfortable with; Nepal is just an
unknown entity for me. But actually now I feel rootless again. I went to my
usual haunt – Hooleys and saw the band I like so much and yet the feeling was
not the same; the ...
... my head teacher) and I rode a motor taxi home. But the poor guy had no idea where he was going. We ended up getting a 15 min tour of neat little back road communities and such. When he finally found our destination he only charged us 2.5 kuai each instead of a full 5. Just little things like that are the one I remember the most here in the wonderful land of China
"Not all who wander are lost."
... a bus. We wandered a bit and went exploring down some side streets. It was a beautiful area with banyan trees shading the streets providing some respite from the sun. The streets were lined with shops and there were all kinds of carts and bikes flying by in all directions. Overall, the streets provided us with a sensory overload. It isn't just the sights to take in, but sounds and smells as well. Every shop or cart you pass does it's best to compete with the not-so-delicate aroma ...
... much trouble in a 2 min ride..... right? It was not a 2 min ride. It was closer to 20-30 min, On a Motor- trike with no helmet. Our poor driver got lost, and was not entirely sure where to go, that may account from the length of the ride, who knows how short the ride could have been. The driver spoke no English, but kept asking, stopping drivers on similar motorbikes along the way for help and direction. As we got closer more people helped him out and after winding back and ...