Guangzhou Wa King Town Hotel
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After a mad scramble to catch our train out of China's capital on time (that extra duck sat particularly heavy during said scrambling), we settled into our full day of travel to Hong Kong. The Asian budget airline craze not quite having hit China as hard yet, ground transportation was still far and away the much cheaper way to get ourselves down …
... 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 ...
... far as public
transport goes very efficient – Kathmandu is old, drab, tired, dirty, and as
for public transport - is a nightmare. One difference however in favour of
Kathmandu, the people smile and make you feel welcome.
Something I will always love and miss about China are their
wonderful parks, especially so in Guangzhou. Today I wandered into People’s Park
which is not ...
... we got a big order of "special fried noodles" and it was delicious. Before we left the restaurant we managed to corner our waiter again and ask with fingers crossed if there was a metro nearby. Thankfully the answer was yes!! It was only a ten minute walk to the station. The rain had stopped but there was a great lightning show overhead to watch as we walked. Before we knew it we were back at Haizhu Square, our home station and on our way home a mere 3 hours after we had first ...
... streets packed with people, through the metro and to the hotel. Calling it an early night we make plans to learn and go over some key Nepali phrases tomorrow so as not to be caught so inadequately verbally segregated. We will have the buffet again, organize our bags, download pictures and then navigate a long metro line with all our bags to the airport. Then if all goes well fly off to Nepal. Apologizes for the lengthy entry, future posts will be a tad more concise. Until the next time I have a wifi ...
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