Southern City Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the street to sleep in. The woman had to have my passport. Oh no. I forgot. I hastily traipsed around looking for a copy shop. Finally I found one and the man printed a copy of my passport that I had in my email. (For about 5 cents) and I went back to the hotels, hoping one of them would accept it.
The original lady was happy with this document, thank god, and I got me a banh mi sandwich for dinner and passed out at 7 p.m.
... a door which they closed when I told them of my plans to sleep. The noise was still pretty great, in fact I could feel the vibrations through the floor. After having a mini pre-sleep night terror, I decided to put in my headphones and read, better to out last the music rather than try and sleep through it. Fortunately it ended shortly after 11. Here's hoping I don't have the same tonight and if I do, here's hoping it ends early enough.
So, there you have it, you're all ...
At least is overcast so a little cooler, thank heavens. Most of the day spent getting organised for buses to pick us up. We had a police escort and a convoy of 18 buses, to take us to venue. Then we had the dotting ceremony, and then the races. Seemed no reason for the way the teams were split into 3 groups, but I think in hindsight, it was to give the local teams the best advantage. We got about $850 for participating. First prize was about $5000 or 45000 ...
... and then before we know it there are 15 people around us. Eventually the tickets are taken off us and all of the money returned the taxi driver left with his tail between his legs, and the clerk took us back to the desk, she just took half of our money of us AND gave us change! Obviously this was our first scam of Vietnam. We found our bus, our bags were put under our feet (a little cramped) and after 10 hours on our 8 hour bus we arrived in ...
... from the chilly nights in Yunnan Province (though the days tended to be warm enough.. but no indoor heating + chilly nights = COLD!). So far, my impression of Qinzhou is that it reminds me more of Southeast Asian cities than any other place I've been to in China so far. The streets are filled with more motorbikes than cars. Driving is more orderly than in Vietnam, but like all Chinese cities, cars have the right of way.. so if you're crossing the road at a green light and some ...