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... can't hide the problems behind a new sailing marina, or a couple nice beaches. The
city itself is too crowded, expensive, and polluted to spend more than a couple weeks.
I followed my heart and and moved down to big sprawling Guangzhou metropolis (yes I know I used another term before, but compared to QD, GZ is looking better!).
More about Guangzhou (Canton) in my next entry!
... misty which was a bit of a pity as the costal path no doubt would have been a wonderful walk. The path links a number of sandy beaches, parks and tourist sites and runs for a good few kilometres, so you could easily spend half a day walking along it. Maybe I will come back again in the summer one day, though the locals warn that in the summer when the weather is nice the place gets packed out from beijingers escaping ...
... stare at you, and it annoys me that's why I like it up on the top bunk I can get away from it, it can get a bit noisy at times and I can't really sleep during the day but the lights go off at 10 PM and it becomes really quiet. So I trip takes us from Hohhot down to Tsingtao there we take a train to shezhen and then cross the border to Hong Kong, from Hong Kong we fly to Singapore. We will roughly spent about two weeks in Singapore and fly to Bangkok for a week. On our way back ...
... fireworks, with recent pieces of firework trash. They must hold frequent celebrations or memorials to honor this god.
From there we hiked around the next corner and found Mazu - the god of the sailors and fisherman, which stands nearly 10-12 m (50’). She stands at the grand entrance to this region they call the Chinese Tibetan World, which is home to the Huayan Temple and Naluoyan Cave.
Huayan Temple （华严寺） ...
... The restaurant name is "船歌鱼水ཙ 0;”, where they have all the live seafood displaying at the lobby of the restaurant for you to choose. I highly recommend the "Dark" squid dumplings and the only desert on the menu-cheese Chinese Yam. The price is reasonable compared with in Shanghai or Bejing - e.g. shrimp for RMB38/500g. It's my first time to try the "dark" dumplings, check out ...