Sliver Bay Bailing Hotel
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After a traditional Chinese buffet breakfast in the hotel, I mercilessly dragged the tired, reluctant boys to a couple of sight seeing places to visit in Guangzhou.
Taxi's are really cheap in China, so for a couple of dollars we went a few km down the road to Shamian island, with its leafy streets & parks and European architecture it …
It was very sad saying goodbye to Nanna early this morning, Rune was in tears :-( I went with her to the train station to see her off. Goodbye's (or sayonara's) are gut wrenching! You don't know when you are going to see the person you care about again and you just have to accept that you are going to miss them and there's nothing you can do about …
... 10AM PST. With all of our stuff, we decided a taxi made a lot more sense than transit, and that way we were more likely to catch the earlier ferry we wanted to. By the time we got to the ferry it really hit me how tired I was, and I definitely had an impromptu nap on the ride over. When we got there, Grandpa picked us up. It was so nice to see him, but it was that weird thing where it felt simultaneously like we hadn't seen him in ages and like we'd just seen ...
... this is just the way they live and how they like to spend their weekends. It's an insight into their culture. Pretty views of Guangzhou below and of lots of trees, so I sat on the wall for a while and enjoyed the view whilst thinking about how utterly huge China is; how fast it is developing, how incomprehensibly massive their cities are and how so many people live here - in big blocks of flats, working in the city, seeing their family at weekends or ...
... were in the rich area of town and doing the usual job of tourists- i.e. wandering around and gawping. The city is mad, and the driving is, and I never thought I would say this, even worse than Italy! The zebra crossings are entirely ignored, and they only stop when you are actually in front of them. Lanes, traffic lights and speed limits all seem to be taken as suggestions rather than law. There are millions of buzzing mopeds, ...