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... basic Chinese food (its ok, I had my favorite biscuits in the room) and after dinner we all met on the top deck to crack open a few beers and waited for the boat to finally start moving. It was a lovely evening just chilling out with the group.
The next morning we were woken up at 6.30am by some very loud and annoying music playing out in our room, a wakeup call for the Chinese tourist who had an additional tour that they had to get up early for. Our group did not need ...
... renovations at the time... Still is if I understand the taxi guy right!
While stumbling through sign-talk with the taxi guy some youngsters passed by, going Hello as they did... Common behaviour here, I have had more requests to be in photos with strangers here in 24 hours in Wuzhou than I did in 2 months in Chongqing! after giving up on the trip tot he snake repository and a dinner at the snake restraunt, I wandered down the street, catching up after a while with the ...
... and mildew... Maintenance and price have a correlation. I wanted a middling hotel in a middling district half way between the centre and the fringes where the long distance bus station is. I found one.
Dropped off my luggage, lightend my satchel from it's load of water and travel snacks and headed right back to the bus station without having to worry about hassling ticket staff with unwatched ...
Need to get away from the hustle and bustle Wuzhou is the place ;)
130rmb, 6hr bus from Dongguan- ONE WAY
Hiked a mountain to get to the Temple Court Yard....gorgeous view!
The shopping was awesum jade, tea sets, and gems fabulous.
The food was divine salty but divine ;)!
Fav was the sweet Baozi.
Xie Xie Wuzhou, will most definitely be back again ;)!
To be con...
... back from the main road. Yoong was reluctant, and particularly didn't like the unmade lane leading into it, nor the number of steps we had to climb, as it was built up the side of a limestone karst. However, the room we saw was big and comfortable with a great mountain view. [It turned out that this unmade lane would be subject to roadwork for the length of our stay. The residents had paid for the road in to be paved. It will look very inviting when it is finished, but ...