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 …
... were so hungry and other prospects seemed dim. She whipped open the scrunched table cloth that sat on the small two-person table and gave us crockery and chop sticks. They knew what was going to come next was going to be a challenge so they stood as a team, poised to decipher our order. They handed us the menu again. It was covered back and front with Chinese. All we could read where the prices. We really only knew the names of three dishes in Mandarin, so we tried our ...
... We've learned so many things about overseas travel and made mistakes that we would never wish to repeat but none of that annoying stuff could tarnish all the fun and laughter we had, new friendships we made or exciting things we experienced. Thank you to everyone who helped make our holiday the most amazing experience. We look forward to sharing more trips with you and hope you will try this blogging stuff to share your journeys with us. Happy travels Trish & Paul ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 11px; line-height: 16.5px;">Panthera Tigris, TIGER… a specie with it’s tawny coat and black stripes is courageous in the face of danger yet so yielding and soft in mysterious, unexpected places. Like this large striped feline, I believe I bring about enjoyment for life, when it is full of challenges and in unexpected events. People are easily attracted by the enthusiasm that I seemingly exude. While others would rather make ...
... and the officious Chinese immigration officer let us through no problems - didn't even want the form. There's a metro stop right at the airport so it's pretty easy to get right into town. Pretty easy if you know where you want to go. We took a punt on a station and had to change from the orange line to the blue line. Colour codes make language barriers so much easier! Our punt turned out ok. We were in a pretty nice part of town - quaint alleyways and tall leafy ...
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