Ramada Pearl Guangzhou
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Since I was awake half the night being OCD about my photos, I was only getting to sleep when Andrea was getting up for her early flight. And then I woke early myself and had to get my own stuff together for today's travels. I hate backpacks. I seriously hate the freaking things. I don’t see ANY benefit from them compared to my lovely wheelie …
... You have to learn an incredible amount of patience in China; just wait and keep smiling. Finally, after paying an additional five rmb to the ten I paid last Friday, I got my card and could withdraw my money, (I had travelled all the way from Nepal, at no little expense to do this). The five was a processing fee; the ten was for the card itself. However, the time it took, it should have been at least fifty, not five. And if it takes so much paperwork ...
... to resemble a wild man. As there was a hairdressers next to the hotel, there was no excuse. This hairdressers however was probably the best I have visited anywhere. First you get a very long hair wash with shampoo used three times, including head massage, then you sit up and get shoulder massage. After that you get your hair cut and I was very happy with the outcome. What's more it only cost 45rmb (four pounds fifty).
... was quite lively and very crowded. We took some time to wander around a bit more before heading back to the hotel for the night. We had good intentions of spending the evening journaling or editing photos or reading, but by 9 pm the day had got the best of us and we both headed to bed. And now here we are at 7:30am on September 14th. We will have to check out in a few hours and then head to the airport for our flight to Nepal. It feels like the past few days have just blown ...
... otherwise be able to witness but I also always feel a sense of dichotomy of my self in feeling like the structure/ habitat the animals live in are some times atrocious, and yet still having the desire to see them, but behind bars. This was the same feeling I had when seeing the larger animals. The zoo for the most part did a good job of providing a good habitat. The circle of life was never more apparent then while looking at the python enclosure with a baby duckling ...
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