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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... drawer all the time, he or she just takes the top one from the pile and gives it to you; that is after an endless amount of paperwork has been printed, filled in, stamped twice and signed. So why it takes three days, I really don’t know.
I went to the bank alone; fairly confident I could finally get the new bank card and withdraw my money. I knew there would be one member of staff who spoke reasonable English to help. I don’t know ...
... far as public
transport goes very efficient – Kathmandu is old, drab, tired, dirty, and as
for public transport - is a nightmare. One difference however in favour of
Kathmandu, the people smile and make you feel welcome.
Something I will always love and miss about China are their
wonderful parks, especially so in Guangzhou. Today I wandered into People’s Park
which is not ...
... was quite lively and very crowded. We took some time to wander around a bit more before heading back to the hotel for the night. We had good intentions of spending the evening journaling or editing photos or reading, but by 9 pm the day had got the best of us and we both headed to bed. And now here we are at 7:30am on September 14th. We will have to check out in a few hours and then head to the airport for our flight to Nepal. It feels like the past few days have just blown ...
... and departure wings, and everything in between. Then off to the street to hail a taxi. Meandering through the outskirts of the city, lots of lush green vegetation, buildings scattered left and right, then we finally made it into the density of a city with 10 million people like I expected. Me and Ann-Marie started to feel the long flight at this point, and after what I think was a 45 min taxi ride, but am not entirely sure as it may have felt longer due to exhaustion, we ...
... you not seem them....unless you actually do go about to see them. Maids that make, made this year’s rainy adventure totally bearable because they liked to play .... you know...UNO, the card game!
Get your mind out of the gutter you dirty little buggers!
I reckon that being back in Guangzhou is ...