Guangzhou Yihe Hotel
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... had to leave and go through security again, but I had plenty of time. When we boarded the plane, I actually got to be in the second group to board (only seniors and families boarded first). They had the back of the plane board first, so it was nice not wading through front-plane people who were still trying to get comfortable. The lady next to me was super nice. I had my laptop bag and my backpack, and she let me squeeze my backpack under her seat. ...
... we passed through on the way were very third world looking with rubbish on the roadsides and neglected rundown tennement housing everywhere. It was with a sigh of relief that we pulled into a small side street which lead to a newish looking hotel where we were to stay for 12 hours until we had to return to the airport for the last leg of the trip to Auckland.
Breakfast was included so I ate what ...
... in China, so all that made in china stuff you see, it comes from here. So alongside the manufacturing also comes the shopping. Guangzhou is shopping central. Huge malls, huge wholesale stores. As well as handmade street markets too. There is a huge jade, jewelry and clothing market. Finding quality jade here is a shopper's dream. Finding quality hemp or bamboo clothes for cheap here was impossible for me ...
... little pieces here and there resembling french castles, roman architecture, etc. The interior of the watchtowers is completely Chinese. An altar for worship, flat wooden beds, simple kitchens, etc.
I'm really glad I went with 2 Australian guys, one of them owns a garden and sells fruit, so he was pointing out all the wildlife we were walking past. Every kind of edible fruit and ...
... the total lack of English instructions. Thankfully we had set aside enough time to comfortably make our sleeper train, but I was disappointed to have only been able to pass through the city (from one ugly transport hub to another) and frustrated that it was a pretty awful first impression for those in the group who were visiting China for the first time. At least the only way is up...