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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... 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 ...
... provide shelter from the heat of the
sun which closes out the oh so busy city. There are only three places to be
when the sun beats down: in the park, in an air conditioned shopping mall or
one’s air conditioned hotel room and the former is surely the best.
Next to visiting the dentist, the hairdressers is the thing I really dislike. However, my hair was looking bad and I ...
... a bus. We wandered a bit and went exploring down some side streets. It was a beautiful area with banyan trees shading the streets providing some respite from the sun. The streets were lined with shops and there were all kinds of carts and bikes flying by in all directions. Overall, the streets provided us with a sensory overload. It isn't just the sights to take in, but sounds and smells as well. Every shop or cart you pass does it's best to compete with the not-so-delicate aroma ...
... of doing and being the culturally safe tourist and not wanting to explore the local cuisine. We headed back to Beijing Lu area and ended up at a Pizza Hut for dinner. Not at all the same as in North America. Here the restaurant consists of a diverse amalgamation of wold foods. Being Friday night the place ended up being quite full. We had a delicious cheese special meat pizza and a cold milk tea with chocolate pearls. While Ann-Marie had a tasty peach iced tea. We wandered ...
... I still reckon the above reminds me of when I am in class and when one of the MANY students who needs glasses puts their fingers to the end of their eyes and lift the skin, I reckon that makes them look Super Chinese and I still reckon that if we did that anywhere in Australia we would be taken to court.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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