Sheraton Changsha Hotel
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... no problems. Of course, the fact that English is the second language in Hong Kong behind Cantonese helped since all the signs in the train station were also in English. So we had a leisurely ride to Guangzhou on a nice train, and saw a little of the countryside.
Two hours later we arrived at the Guangzhou East train station, and were very happy to meet Jenny, our Chinese guide for the next few days. ...
... to witness. I am not an animal lover I admit but I am in the process of writing to the RSPCA, Chester Zoo and anyone other society that might be able to act in order to see if something can be done.
On that somber note, it is time to sign off. I have recently returned from a weekend excursion to Fenghueng (the Phoenix town) with Susan but I will be writing all about that in my next blog.
Until next time,
From Your Stupid Boy Abroad,
... ups and we had to deal with a mini invasion but despite the Changsha Hash causing problems in at the start, they did redeem themselves, the atmosphere by the end was electrifying (I might of got a little carried away by stealing their banner and with it, did my best "Les Miserables" impression"). On a personal level, the hash event was the first time in my life that I have successfully coordinated a major event (albeit with a lot of help, assistance ...
... costume). There were also local acts from both the foreign contingent and Chinese performing through out the night. From Belly Dancing to Salsa, name it, it was probably there.
It was at this party that I met Susan for the first time. As you might have noticed on Facebook, I am no longer single and Susan is the reason for this. I was sat at my stall, bored out of my brains as everyone was trying to watch a group skate borders pull off tricks in an incredibly small ...
... 9200000762939px;">And so I felt very good about myself when we went out for drinks that night to welcome in Christmas Day. Up till now, Changsha has shown very little signs of being in the Christmas spirit. But that night it was like an explosion of all things Christmas. The streets were packed to ridiculous levels. People were equipped with Santa hat's and handing them out to each other and Christmas songs were being played in all the shops (albeit Chinese covers of the ...