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We got some rest last night and continued on today. We're back to naps, hiding all the breakables, and trying to distract the little guy as would any parent of a two year old. It looks like he is having a lot of fun. We feel lucky that, at the moment, he seems to be adjusting well to his new family. We are so happy to finally be together.
More to come later from Guangzhou,
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 ...
... speak some English and asked us where we were going. She said she was in college and was working in the restaurant for some extra cash. Lovely to speak to someone who speaks English. 13.30pm. On to our (long) short bus, I say this as we were meant to be on this bus for 4,5 hours, but arrived at 9pm! The safety instructions on this bus were quite rediculous, did they not only tell us what to do in case of an emergency but also showed us videos of bus crashes to make sure we ...
... friend in cold, dark city where people tried to get warmer by eating hot soups and local dishes. And the food stalls and markets can be found everywhere. Rice noodles are very popular among the Nanning people, with the most famous – laoyou rice noodles. There are many little local restaurants as well as some big famous restaurants, they can be found by the streets and in a big, very modern shopping malls.
Even though, the weather was ...
... tables, giving a 'thumbs up' to rice and vegetables and 'thumbs down' to chicken feet, and squid.
No matter how many people waved the menu under our nose and shouted in Chinese we still didn't understand. Eventually, after K shook her arm horizontally while making a frying sound and repointing at the ingredients we finally got some veggie fried rice.
The following morning we were whisked off at 200 Kph plus to Guilin and the start of our Chinese ...