Windsor Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... them at the entrance and we hopped a bus to the subway to begin our journey home. It was 3:30ish at this time and we were starving so once at the subway we road it to the grand Theater stop and got off to eat at the mall. Since we were starving we just made a beeline to the Pizza Hut and decided to just eat and not be adventurous. We are so much more fun when we aren't starving.
The party parted ways after dunch (or lupper) was over. Some ...
... away. So we got in a taxi and hoped we would make it in time. We made it by 6 PM, the time we thought the run started, and luckily it didn't start until 7 PM. Not that we knew that, because with the exception of the phrase "Party On The Run", everything was in Chinese. Which led to the first problem, where did we need to go to pay? We asked and Monique used the Chinese she knew and some very confident Chinese people told us to get in line with ...
... Bay, with two destroyed tires. Near that village was a massive hydroelectric dam, and an engineer took us inside. Amazing: the mother rock was vibrating like an earthquake. Giant turbines below our feet. In the carved out cave, you felt as if any moment the mountain might succumb under the pressure. No doubt the Three Gorges Dam dwarfs that structure in north Quebec, but we can't enter. Maybe it has something to do with terrorism, maybe that dam at the Hudson Bay, where we gathered ...
With triumphant smiles we sped out of Guilin, never to visit again (probably). We travelled to Shenzhen, chuckling scornfully at the 3 hour trip - only three hours? Please. It was a good journey save from the parents who played 'If you're happy and you know it' on loop to the whole carriage. The fact that no one was clapping their hands or stamping their feet perhaps ...
So the classic house hunters international story.... Pricy and close to the action? Or bigger, cheaper and in the middle of nowhere? Luckily, our version of "middle of nowhere" here in Shekou is a 5 minute bike ride instead of a one minute walk to the action. Closer to school, or closer to fun? Pricier or cheaper, and classy lovely apartment or giant fish painted on the walls? You know, the usual China scenario. Luckily, some apartments had ...