Wu Xiang Hotel
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We got some rest last night and continued on today. We're back to naps, hiding all the breakables, and trying to distract the little guy as would any parent of a two year old. It looks like he is having a lot of fun. We feel lucky that, at the moment, he seems to be adjusting well to his new family. We are so happy to finally be together.
More to come later from Guangzhou,
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 ...
... worse we head for haikou, to get the night bus to guilin. We do our best to wave down a taxi, the women in reception didn't understand when we asked her to call, but it doesn't work like that, a man nearby asks if we need a taxi. He takes us, but we have to pay up front, obviously very scared of the police. We're happy to be in in a cool car. Safely at the station, tickets bought we spend out 2 hours waiting in pizza hut. On the train we say goodbye to the Sun, sky, moon, stars, ...
... some suffering and pain but also acceptance of life and its gifts. So, is there any beauty in suffering?
Nanning Wuxu International Airport serves both domestic and international flights, connecting Nanning to the capitals of every Southeast Asian country.
The two railway stations (one is at the northern end of Chaoyang Road at the corner of Zhonghua Road, just north of the city center. There are trains from/to ...
... 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 ...