Nile Villa International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... and wait! What is equally mind boggling is that the bank clerk on the other side of the glass, who was no youngster fresh out of college, was supervised all the time by a senior. The supervisor would use her own special reds stamps to stamp the documents he had printed out and which I had signed; he would also stamp them with his own stamp. She also used her special card to swipe through his computer, probably as a way of verifying what he had ...
... my hotel. It was mid morning and the full humid heat of
the day was bearing down. This was a time for lazing around, reading, sleeping,
playing cards or Chinese chess. Had I have come earlier I would have found the
people doing exercise, playing sport and probably singing too. I just love the
activities which take place in these parks, so full of life and human
interaction. The parks have many ...
... on my own. But aside from being stir crazy and a bit on the damp side, I survived the flight in fine form. Guangzhou met us with a humid 35 degrees as we stepped out of the plane and instantly turned me into a slug. It may have been partially due to the fact that we hasn't slept a wink for almost 24 hours but I lost my will to move. But we were on the ground again and looking forward to getting to our hotel. We got to know the place very well in our quest to find (possibly) the ...
... line was close. And as this area was no longer in the hub we could not see any taxi's in the area. We were at the point of walking back down the strip to a "world pub" the only store to have any English on any sign and see if some one spoke English, had wi-if or could direct us on how to get back to the hotel. All the while being pretty hungry and at least on my part very thirsty. There was a set of stairs that cut into the strip are we had been walking, but had avoided ...
Beers N Noodles toya...shane
The Soundtrack to this entry was by Tori Amos
The album was 'Little Earthquakes'