Huihua International Hotel
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... used to do when they were students. I can totally relate, we are no longer young and hip anymore. A lot of people think of China as a bit of a backwater place and a large part of China is, but Shenzhen is a modern well laid out metropolis that would rival many cities in the developed world. There were huge sky scrapers, massive shopping malls, and even a cosmetic surgery hospital! In terms of facilities, it definitely was comparable to Hong Kong. There was also, surprisingly, lots ...
... just in case you change your mind! These porter ladies also have the longest hair in the world, they only cut it once in their life! It reaches down to their ankles and they wrap it on their head in a huge turban!
After a lunch of rice baked inside bamboo and eggplant we walked up to the next village Tiantouzhai in the mountain drizzle enjoying the views of terraced hillsides planted with rice.
It was ...
... couple had cycling gear and everything. Let's just say that I was very proud to been able to keep up with them. We were supposed to be done by 4pm, and we ended up finishing by 2pm. O_o You can imagine how sore I felt after that.
I think that it was just after the half way point were we had to go up a very steep hill that the grueling pace really hit me. I was very tempted to just walk the bike. I was a typical stubborn Latin with the (si se puede, yes it ...
... we were really Manchester United players? If you cannot play the part, then look the part !
You will also see some pictures of me out for lunch in Dongguan. Dongguan is not Shanghai. A little more industrial, and the places to eat, are more local. The food was good. I was a little concerned when my coworkers asked for hot water to rinse their chopsticks and soup bowl. Like I said the food was good and all was fine. I enjoyed the egg ...
Back on the mainland and its all China again. For a few hours you wonder around In a mad dash trying to get your thoughts back to the Chinese way of life. The contrast is astounding, " I love being back in China" howls André as he hacks up a loogie and spits it onto the pavement. He's home again and acting like a wild animal marking his territory. We have an hour to get from the border crossing, through a mad mob of parcel lugging/child dragging/snail trailing/homogenize ...