Xixi Friendship Hotel
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... lady, who explained that as we were exiting China from Guanzhou (or whatever) we could only stay 36 hours in Beijing (don't ask, we never understood).We asked to change to that afternoon's flight, but she said we'd have to arrange that through our ticket agent in London. I pointed out that it was midnight in London and it would be 9 hours before anyone could help us, so we would miss that afternoon's flight. ...
... One of my favorite things was that they had a beautiful lake and the translation for the name of the lake was called Spectacle Lake. The area around it was very nice actually where they had a lot of street food and being in nature. Arriving to Yoga Mountain was lovely despite getting lost along the way. Besides missing my family and friends, nature has also been one of the things I have missed so much. Yoga nature = a very peaceful and fulfilling day. The ...
Beijing airport has to take the cake though. I did not enjoy it here, they are way anal about flight security. First, I Ghungzhou, I was only given an arrival for to fill in for my transit visa, they were not going to let me through without the departure card filled in as well. Then my checked luggage, that had been checked through to Amsterdam from Brisbane, I had to collect and re check it in. Then I had to unpack it to show them 2 ...
... had some reservations before he went but loved it and would go again.
Back to the hotel for drinks . Deb has Moet Ben a double Blue Sapphire Graham his white wine and let's not forget Sheila's Sprite. Head to bed for some much earned rest. A word to the wise. Driving here is crazy and don't even contemplate it. Fortunately our driver got us there and back in one piece. May be more good luck than good management!
... of nostalgia. All my memories in a small town of southern China is giving me a illusive expectation to live there. To stop my long journey of exodus and settle down. Fear beats my heart, yelling and holding my breath. I still can't believe I'm leaving parents and all my friends and going to Africa!
I know I'm the captain of my own barque, leaving home for a long journey many years ago. I'm a lingering expatriated captain ...