Hua Wei Da Hotel
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... bowl to accompany our chicken dish. Instead, already filling up, we had a mountainous plate of fried rice sitting in front of us, with another to come, then the kung pow chicken! Crikey! The prospect of explaining our dilemma to the staff far too difficult, moments later plate two arrived! Now with a stack of noodles and two Himalayan style plates of fried rice in front of us, restaurant guests on the way to the toilet would first stare blankly at the two ...
... about lunchtime on Thursday Nov 29 and arrived home Sunday Dec 2. Our itinery had been altered but none of us had actually realised until we arrived in Orlando ready to fly off into the sunset. We were not getting back for another 24 hours after our original schedule. Wow!! What a shock and the pain didn't stop there. Unlike our trip over, we hit a snag at each airport which found us spending quite a few more hours standing around waiting for things to be corrected ...
... are just so sensitive as how a tiger smells or feels danger or safety around. I tend to, yes trust my instincts but I know how to assess situations thoughtfully before launching any actions. Friends do secretly admire my determination and optimism, yet find me annoying and complicated to share my ‘tiger-side’ of enthusiasm which can be pushed away and left behind.
... and the officious Chinese immigration officer let us through no problems - didn't even want the form. There's a metro stop right at the airport so it's pretty easy to get right into town. Pretty easy if you know where you want to go. We took a punt on a station and had to change from the orange line to the blue line. Colour codes make language barriers so much easier! Our punt turned out ok. We were in a pretty nice part of town - quaint alleyways and tall leafy ...
... today.. it is situated in the newer more modern area of Haizhu ..taxi or metro? One walk into the station with it's predominately chinese signage, no english speaking staff and a change of lines required.. I opted for the taxi .. showed the taxi a photo of Canton tower..Chigang Pagoda it is ..and ..it was amazing! Towering above all around it, the parks and gardens in bloom made it quite an oasis in this bustling metropolis.
it was built from Nov 2005 ...
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