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... filled with play, tiny adventures, and getting to know each other. I think we learned quickly that he likes to run, which means he'll fit right in. He is a very active and curious little boy who seems to be extremely intent on living in the moment. Christian has been the model big bro as he has made every effort to show him how to play and all the different games and toys we have. We couldn't be more proud ...
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 ...
... to smog for us and into the cold. .. The first journey was fine, only the usual, people staring and laughing at us, you get used to it fast. The next mission was to find a bus. The lonely planet book said one goes every hour so shouldn't be too difficult. Miriam spots signs that lead to the long distance bus terminal, but that turns out not to exist so into a taxi we jump. A local man translates where we want to go to the driver, very kind amd tells us to only pay the meter ...
... attractions in Nanning include Guangxi Museum, People’s park (White Dragon Park) with the Zhenning Fort, Mount Qingxiu, Guangxi Medicinal Herb Botanical Garden, and Yangmei Ancient Town. I didn’t have much time to explore those places but when I went for my morning walk by the river (just nearby the youth hostel – Greenforest Hostel) I experienced something that touched the core of my being.
Like almost everywhere in China, ...
... just what you need after a 10 hour coach adventure. We bashered up in a cheapy hotel opposite the station and bought the first train ticket out of Nanning for Guilin the following morning.
Now for the fun of trying to find some food...... every café, takeaway and restaurant menu was in Chinese and without photos. As for an English speaker, hen's teeth and rocking horse poo springs to mind. We ended up pointing at various food items in the kitchen and on ...