King World Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... ROAD, except always keep your eyes open. As far as pedestrians go, you just start walking/running and don't stop. Surprisingly car accidents here are not common because everyone is absolutely ******* nuts, so they all know what is expected.
2) Cleanliness (of the city, not the people): surprisingly for how dusty and dirty this city is and how the large majority of the population smokes, well, it's almost difficult to find ...
... again!!??!?! Well apparently. As if the city doesn't already have a funky smell to it, they decided that no one needed deodorant in the city that gets ungodly hot from the end of this month until october!! But even worse, I know you're probably thinking what the heck could be worse than this, BUT THERE IS WORSE. People here do not brush their teeth, so the smell is most likely their breath and not their BO.....lovely.
Until next time,
Knock knock knock...I ran to the door and it was Richard from the front desk of the Hostel. He had a very worried look on his face and he said "you are suppose to be on the tour". I said yeah I know I set my alarm for 4am and its only 3:30am now......yikes right when I said it I remembered that there is an hour time difference between China and Laos. My phone didn't update itself because my SIM was still from Laos and the wifi must not have been strong enough to make the ...
... teen, and thus is criticized and observed far more than any other country. You've probably noticed that the more powerful China becomes, the more it's in the news--because now it's on center stage, in the spotlight, being observed by world media. Soon enough, China will be called out for this and that as well, and in fact already has been for a while now.
Sorry for a very random post, but these thoughts weigh on me--there is a constant battle of trying to portray my country in ...
... m doing, telling me he or she'll be right back with my "favorite". It's a lost art in America, for the most part, and a part of me that I'll sorely miss upon my return.
Ok. Back now. Another thing that's crazy to witness is the absurdly quick development of Hechuan. A mere two years ago (at most), Hechuan had dirt roads for the most part. Now it's got smooth, pothole-free roads, trees and gardens lining the streets. It has parks, squares, and ...