Victory International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pictures, was a taste explosion – so delicious! We walked through the park and then took the subway to the other side of the Pearl River. The metro system is modern, efficient and easy to use but oh, the masses of people. Two of the trains today were so crammed that when they arrived at the stop, nobody could get on. We visited the Canton Tower and a nearby pagoda. They have a few things to learn about tourism yet – the ...
... other in the crowds. Sometimes all you could do was put your hands up to surrender and let them soak you until their water ran out. The funny thing was that some of the Chinese people in this water fight were practically dry - we were soaked through!! The gangs were definitely targeting people and we were a pretty obvious target, being the only white people there! Everyone had their phones out videoing us and taking pictures, we will no doubt be all over WeChat ...
... climb, up lots of stairs and slopes. The weather has started to get very warm and humid so it was a rather sweaty walk, through lots of trees and little streams, also the big butterflies have started to come out - very pretty. It was a rather cloudy day so we couldn't see much from the top, except for all the trees below and some buildings further away that were the surrounding towns (including Houjie). Nice to get my bearings a little. And we are definitely in ...
... suddenly everything was green, people were working in the fields, there were banana trees and many of the houses were like little sheds - it definitely felt a lot more rural. Exciting!
It really baffles me that you can go on a 22-hour train and still be in the same country. After arriving and a 1.5 hour bus journey, we arrived at our apartment and met some of the Chinese English teachers. I think at first we weren't too impressed with our apartment; it ...
... 5 and it was the Festival of the Lanterns. Although we had sporadic outbursts of fireworks and firecrackers during the celebration time, that night sounded like we were in a war zone and the bangs and cracks were pretty constant all evening and night. Now it’s over and things are back to "normal" with just a few lingering decorations still up.
We celebrated Book Week last week with a number of daily activities, culminating in a fashion ...