Tao Yuan Hotel Nanning
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... it was probably was just the nervous energy .
We went to the office of Civil Affairs with two other families. It was kind of a blur, but Emmett bounced in and was taken into the play room. He was then brought into the meeting room to meet his brother, grandparents, and parents! It was quite a relief for all of us that this moment had come, and our health finally returned to normal
Mel: Although NanNing was a city we were just passing through, we enjoyed some traditional cultural buildings and hidden laneways, amongst massive shopping malls. We stayed at Traveling with Hostel, where Remy hustle sprite from the fabulous staff.......hmmmm.....what a cultural learning trip this is turning out to ...
... worse we head for haikou, to get the night bus to guilin. We do our best to wave down a taxi, the women in reception didn't understand when we asked her to call, but it doesn't work like that, a man nearby asks if we need a taxi. He takes us, but we have to pay up front, obviously very scared of the police. We're happy to be in in a cool car. Safely at the station, tickets bought we spend out 2 hours waiting in pizza hut. On the train we say goodbye to the Sun, sky, moon, stars, ...
... were trying to smile and invite us to eat or buy at their shops. Nanning is a home for more than 7 million people but the atmosphere here is pretty cozy, a bit like in a small town. Well, by Chinese standard 7 million actually may be a pretty small place! There are 35 ethnic groups live here, including people of Zhuang, Han, Yao, Hui, Miao, Dong, and Man minorities. Also, around Nanning many of minority villages can be found and explored.
... and no-one could tell us where it was going despite having a ticket saying Nanning. Fortunately, just over 4 hours later we arrived at the Vietnam, China border and then spent 2 hours leaving Vietnam and checking into China. Another 4 hours and we pulled into Nanning.
We managed to find our way to the train station and after a long queue through security and an even longer queue at the ticket office we were eventual told all trains to Guilin were fully ...