Yiwu Commatel Hotel
Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... and wait! What is equally mind boggling is that the bank clerk on the other side of the glass, who was no youngster fresh out of college, was supervised all the time by a senior. The supervisor would use her own special reds stamps to stamp the documents he had printed out and which I had signed; he would also stamp them with his own stamp. She also used her special card to swipe through his computer, probably as a way of verifying what he had ...
... 8217;t belong to me now; I am just a visitor. It is
different when you live somewhere compared to when you just visit. My visit
will be over on Wednesday and I will go back to Nepal; I wonder if I will find
a sense of belonging there? I bet I don’t find a Hooleys!
You couldn’t find a much starker contrast between Guangzhou
and Kathmandu. Guangzhou is modern, bright, brash, clean ...
... system. Lucky for us it is one of the few things here that is very accessible for English speakers. Just choose your destination and put a few ¥ into the machine and it will spit out a token that resembles a green poker chip. Scan the chip on your way in and deposit it on your way out. Pretty easy! Our first stop was the Beijing Lu pedestrian street. This was a street full of shops with no vehicle traffic allowed. It was nice to wander without worrying about being run ...
... exchanges we deduced the buffet some hotel guests get included in the room some don't. We didn't. 42¥ ( 6 yuan roughly equivalent to $1) and we had a Chinese breakfast buffet. I don't think they really do breakfast foods, the buffet consisted of broccoli, corn on the cob, sweet bread dumplings, some sort or black rice wrap square thing, vegetable dumplings, and.... rice. Day one in Guangzhou. With a notebook containing names of places, metro stops and brief directions to ...
Beers N Noodles toya...shane
The Soundtrack to this entry was by Tori Amos
The album was 'Little Earthquakes'
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