Jin Wan Hotel
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... in the early 20th century. He was a British Sephardic Jew of Iraqi origin, and his family had extensive business in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Calcutta. Before 1949, the Cathay Hotel was regarded as the most prestigious hotel in Shanghai. Most international envoys visiting Shanghai would stay in the hotel.
From there we headed back to the hotel. Carolyn and I had an hour to kill before we would meet the remaining ...
... agafar el vaixell cap a Yangshou.
We are now on the bus that is taking us to the Guilin harbor on the Li River so we can catch a boat to Yangshou .
The day before yesterday we arrived in Guilin, China, one and a half hour flight from Hong Kong. I had no issues with the visa in my expired passport. We could ...
... will get it sorted, I think I will need to see someone in Hong Kong.
It's a gorgeous day, about 28 degrees and we are enjoying the warmth. We see three English women who also sit by the pool and I try and figure out what they are doing here, later on their teenage daughters join them, what a place to go on holiday!
Mark has a bit of a ...
... good info. Lucy firstly sold us tickets for bamboo rafting down the Li River for the next day, then led us through a back alley to a close taxi rank, helped us squeeze into the taxi, this time with a young female driver who immediately told us we'd have an additional ¥10 on the fare for extra luggage. More than fair! Lucy also gave her the address in Chinese and we were all so pleased to get to the hotel. It was raining just enough to be a nuisance. Fortunately they ...
... made it to Guilin around 3:30pm. Guilin is famous for its rice noodles with beef broth. On the train we met a college student from Guilin. Once we arrived he bought us a big lunch of rice noodles and helped us get a taxi to our hotel. Although the 22.5 hour train ride was not an experience that I would have willingly gotten myself into, the people that we met along the way made the trip totally worth it. They were so genuine and curious and welcoming it was really ...