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Travel Blogs from Maoming
... the name makes you wanna do a back flip. haha There are over 100 countries that I could possibly go to. I'm like "DUDE THIS WILL BE MY LIFE."
Where would I be if I couldn't dream? I'm old enough to know I'm never letting go. I know I get a little crazy, And I know I get a little loud, And I know I'm never gonna fake it. I am wild. I am free. I am more than you think So call me a freak, But that's just the way I roll.
... Rode it down to Mikele's school and hung out in her apartment for about an hour. basically we just caught our breath and cooled down before we went up to meet the bond people. When we did cool down we went over to their apartments and met 3 very amazing hilarious people.
Cono. Cono is from France. His father is french and his mother is British. He teaches for Bond. He is a vegan and loves animals. He is into the Fox stop. A Fox Hunt is where a group of men ...
... afraid of what waited past that point. Alexi and I broke the mold, each holding a hand of Hannah/Melissa’s while she sat on top of a blow-up tube, laughing and giggling all the way. Everyone watched as her two foreign slaves dragged her along, wondering what we would do as we passed the waist-point. People seemed hesitant—would we drown? Would we know what to do with our arms, or would we flail about clueless? Hannah/Melissa was more or less petrified of the concept ...
... 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 ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet