Happy Meet Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nanning
... ATM to the left of the station exit near a Comfort Hotel and go back to kiosk 16, there is now a queue of Chinese so we have to wait, I guard the bags while Ian stands in the queue and puts up with their loud fast talking that sounds like they are arguing all the time. We get the tickets which cost 430 yuan for 2 (£43) and need to find somewhere cool to sit....it's about 36 degrees with high humidity. We find a Chinese fast food (their version of KFC) Ian ...
Today is bitter sweet. We are on our way to Beijing but that means we must say good-bye to our new friends. Allie had gotten very close to little Mickey and the hugged and Mickey was crying as she left early. We will miss the smiling face. No matter what this child had a smile on her face. She has also bonded with the other kids like they are family. Yesterday at lunch when one of the girls took food off ...
... there giggling like crazy. We also found a box where you can see yourself as a kolidascope. I got pictures of that came out so cool.
Next was dinner. The place left a lot to be desired !! The smell and condition of the place truly concerned me. I told my girls not to eat and we would get Pizza later. ( so glad I did one of the kids, I think the only one that ate, got sick)
After dinner Charly, ...
... I stood in the hall with Allie and was overwhelmed with the feeling of being different. I was feeling what our girls feel sometimes daily for not looking like everyone else. Here I am the only caucasian in the whole airport. People walking by staring at me and wondering why I am with this Asian Child. Well I need to get ready for all the stares because this is just the beginning.
We were met by two very nice staff ...
We managed to lose our sense of direction which, for those of you who know me well, rarely happens. Somehow among all of the buildings, flashing lights, motorcycles, and plasma screen billboards, we got way off track resulting in several more hours of walking than originally anticipated. By the end of the night, we were pretty tired, but ended up talking to a guy from Amsterdam about his adventures across China. He had good pointers for us as we were planning our next move.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility