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... filled with play, tiny adventures, and getting to know each other. I think we learned quickly that he likes to run, which means he'll fit right in. He is a very active and curious little boy who seems to be extremely intent on living in the moment. Christian has been the model big bro as he has made every effort to show him how to play and all the different games and toys we have. We couldn't be more proud ...
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 ...
... more. At the bus station we are told in one word sentences, no buses to guilin, only one per day at 15.30, it's now 18.00, our only other option is to take a night bus to nanning, a city on route then change. We should arrive at 8am and our bus leaves in 10 minutes...here we go We're lined up and counted in front of the bus then sent to wait in the harbour for the boat, we have to cross onto the mainland first. The bus was due to leave at 18.15. We wait in the harbour for at least ...
... 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 ...
One of the skills required when travelling is the ability to trust non English speaking guides or travel reps who take your money and give you a flimsy receipt for a place name you can't read, whilst at the same time not getting fleeced by the plethora of dishonest bandits after your cash.
Today was a classic, we were taken to the side of a Hanoi road by a random taxi driver, we got on a bus we could do no more than assume was going to China (it was the only ...