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... accommodation a little harder to come by. We used agoda.com for hotels or hostelbookers.com for hostels and guesthouses. We had to use agoda here but they often have last minute flash deals and we picked up a nights accommodation in a decent hotel for $50. We were pleased with the room but didn't hang around long to appreciate it as we went on the prowl for food. While I meticulously check hotel location so that it is near landmarks and metro stops, I don't usually ...
Nov 26 - Dec 2 We still had many things to do and people to catch up with that the next few days was all gogogo!!! So in between Joe's continued tour guiding duties, he managed to get in a couple of ocean fishing trips and a quick bit of snook fishing off this rather high bridge. We ate the 'pompano' fish he caught and it was delicious. Emma and I had a girl's night out organised at 'Bone Fish' where they had martini happy hour and some very yummy nibbles. One of the ...
... I tend to operate alone. Being an urgent creature, I always want to get things done right. Oh, talk about hardwork…I have that dynamic nature of accomplishing all tasks with enthusiasm and efficiency. My being a true-blue educator for 25 years, optimistic views, self-determination and initiative make all projects I spearhead, successful. I always have the drive to see them through the end…though, I need to sustain my optimism or otherwise I could dissipate ...
So, we had this rather long layover in transit in Guangzhou. We could have chosen just to sit around the airport for 12 hours but hey - there's a place to explore we've never been before just waiting for us. I wasn't sure whether they would let us through immigration because you normally have to have a visa already before you get to China but in Australia they gave us an application for a 24 hour visa. They told us we might be allowed in. As it turned out we didn't need ...
... in 2010. Mark Hemel, the architect that together with his partner Barbara Kuit designed the Guangzhou TV tower, comments, ″Where most skyscrapers bear ′male′ features; being introvert, strong, straight, rectangular, and based on repetition, we wanted to create a ′female′ tower being complex, transparent, curvy and gracious.″ ″ it certainly is that!!
For a sum of 150 Yuan (Aus$21) you asend by lift a total of ...
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