Raystar Hotel

Address: No.95 Chebei Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510660, China | 3 star hotel
 
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9 | Top Five | 8.19.3619

A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 19, 2015

... Sohar. Though my stomach could not keep up with the almost infinite stuffing of food, my brain and taste buds were continuously shouting for more.

2. Observing the seemingly endless marketplace at Calicut. The overwhelmingly vast array of products and merchants added onto my excitement, for there was a new item to admire no matter which way I turned my head.

3. Taking a trip on ...

8 | Canton | 8.18.1392

A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 18, 2015

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... artwork. Though foreign merchants stuck to others of the same beliefs and origins, cultures intermingled as people of every ethnicity weaved in and out of the crowd, drawn to Canton's interesting and gorgeously constructed goods. Mosques scattered all over the city to accommodate for the growing population of Arab traders and the spread of Islam, yet they existed alongside the Buddhist stupas, a symbolism of the religious tolerance practiced despite the separation ...

Hump Day!

A travel blog entry by helenandtim on Jan 10, 2015

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... of activities going on. Tim is running in another marathon next Sunday outside Hong Kong. We hope to see Bradley and Lisa Davies, from PEI, there – also running in the half marathon, I think.

Communicating on the Internet has become even more challenging here since the government has completely blocked Gmail – a huge inconvenience for many Chinese people as well as expats. We went over to visit one of the teachers the other night. Her husband is ...

China: Architecture & Tombs

A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Apr 10, 2014

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... wars. Back in the 19th century the British and French were granted permission to set up their warehouses on this sandbank island. The sandbank was connected to the mainland by seven bridges, with iron gates that prohibited any Chinese from entering the island. We walked and admired the architecture, some of which has been restored to its former glory. If it were not for the Chinese inhabitants, the banyan tree's and the humidity you ...

A week apart

A travel blog entry by mbryred on Jul 14, 2012

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... as a foreigner living on this campus

  • and left there around 4:00.
  • I could have been home by 4:10, but since my early brunch... at you turn at a McDonald's, down an alley to the police station, I treated myself. I got the results of my recent physical and am very conscious right now of dietary factors, so I chose the chicken veggie wrap meal for 28 RMB (just over $4, US). To think I've been losing sleep over this whole passport and visa thing. ...