Guangzhou Tianda Hotel
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Incroyable mais vrai !!!!!!
Aujourd'hui je me suis levée à midi et demi passé !!! Ca fait plus de douze ans que je me léve 7J/7 vers 6h du matin. Car non seulement je dois aller bosser, mais de toutes façons je suis réveillée, et impossible de trainer un peu au lit car mon corps me fait mal, pas moyen de trouver une position confortable.
... drawer all the time, he or she just takes the top one from the pile and gives it to you; that is after an endless amount of paperwork has been printed, filled in, stamped twice and signed. So why it takes three days, I really don’t know.
I went to the bank alone; fairly confident I could finally get the new bank card and withdraw my money. I knew there would be one member of staff who spoke reasonable English to help. I don’t know ...
... to resemble a wild man. As there was a hairdressers next to the hotel, there was no excuse. This hairdressers however was probably the best I have visited anywhere. First you get a very long hair wash with shampoo used three times, including head massage, then you sit up and get shoulder massage. After that you get your hair cut and I was very happy with the outcome. What's more it only cost 45rmb (four pounds fifty).
... our taxi driver didn't know where he was going. Finally, after about 30 minutes we arrived at Wanda Plaza, the place where this restaurant was supposed to be located. We paid the driver and with growling tummies headed towards the building. Only this restaurant was nowhere to be found. We stood outside holding up the card that the receptionist had given us in an attempt to match it to the signs. No luck. Some girls who worked in a shop nearby tried to help us figure out where ...
... across the only other "white" people for the day at one of the statues taking a picture. They were two students on an exchange from Germany and France. We exchanged a brief hello and moved back into a sea of language beyond our capability of understanding. We were quite parched at this point and guiltily went to a Starbucks in an aim to get free wi-if, and a drink. Disappointingly the wi-if was exclusively in Chinese and needed a Chinese phone number in order to gain Internet ...
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