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... 6 lane highway indicating that was where the bus stop was. There was a
hole in the middle of the barriers, so we ran halfway across, climbed through,
waited for the opportune moment and sprinted over to the bus stop. The 21 bus
rolled up and we handed the driver a sign indicating where we wanted to go. He
tried to tell us something in mandarin, but being unable to comprehend we
smiled, nodded, and handed him money before taking our seat. The front desk ...
... with more passengers expected to flood railway stations on Friday, which will witness the first rush of people returning to work after the seven day Spring Festival holiday.
- A total of 4,550 train services were operating on Wednesday, completing nearly 5.8 million trips for passengers,
- On Wednesday, nearly 50 million trips were made in ...
... my room was filled with bright sunshine and my phone told me it was only nine so I rolled over and slept until almost midday.
That gave me the entire afternoon free to do as I please.
I decided on a beach walk and headed down to the river and boarded Bus No: 37 which took me almost half an hour west to the Holiday Beach area and it was ...
... the dry armpit of town.
Honestly, our hotel was next to the ring road and there wasn’t a single store near it. Thankfully at the foot of the huge hotel there was an outdoor BBQ that cooked up some of the almost un-eatable BBQ you would never want to eat. It was so weird as the BBQ staff ...
... s central government. Han Chinese moved in and the indigenous tribes retreated further inland.
According to ancient records, Hainan Island was nicknamed the Tail of the Dragon, the last unexplored frontier of China and civilization. Because of its remote and forbidding location, many renegades were exiled to its sandy shores, including the ...