Maoming International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Maoming
... This time, I actually believed the artefacts were real. One, because I saw a similar museum in Korea, and two because of course there had been boats in the past, I know that much about history.
I've seen a lot of pottery and to me, these were some of the most beautiful and intricate I've ever seen from that time period (the Song Dynasty 12th-13th centuries). I just thought it was a really great way to spend another rainy afternoon.
After the rain stopped, I went out ...
... but still, nice touch. Even the man I emailed my reservation to introduced himself to me. Really nice way to spend an afternoon.
Well, that was the end of Macau, and also the end of my itinerary. I still had another week before I went home and really could not conceive of spending it all in Macau. So, I bought four bottles of wine with the rest of my money and left. I was hoping to offload them on my next hosts.
I found the bus station without too much ...
Team building once again, and off to the beach!
A very different team from last time, and the beach was stunningly beautiful and clean - as good as any in either NZ or Oz can offer, with the added bonus of just-the-right-temp water and safe swimming conditions.
The whole event was better organised this time, and we all ate together at every meal. I made sure I sat at a table with mostly local staff, as they know how to get into some of the tricky but delicious ...
... was excited to practice her English on me. After the usual chat once we arrived in Maoming I asked her where the main drag was and she pointed me in the direction of the hotels. She also gave me her number in case I needed any help while I was there being that she was a local and all. I thanked her for her help and began my search for a hotel. After a few misses I found a nice room for a decent price and settled in for the night.
The next day ...
Today I didn't do anything exciting. I had a nice lie-in, sorted my packing out, and had a late breakfast, followed by a lazy lunch and a walk around town checking out the shops. I went to the local supermarket and stocked up on snacks for our journey to Hong Kong. Later in the afternoon we took a minivan to the train station in Guilin, about an hour away. Giulin was quite a big city, busy roads and streets. The station was just as big, and the trains consisting of ...