Ying Zhou Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yancheng
... kitchen were nice. Then I started to look around and see what she could see… We had no furniture (nothing to sit on and no mattresses), no phone or internet (and since our Chinese SIM cards weren’t working we had no way of contacting people), no hot water, we had a cooker but it wasn’t connected, no TV, washing machine or any other electricals that were stated in our contract. We asked Bruce when these things were supposed to be installed and he just kept saying ...
... which allows us multiple entries in and out of
China for a year). This was a quick in and out job, me and Ruby didn’t even go
into the police station, Bruce just had our passports and they were photocopied
and within 10 minutes we had them back in our possession.
So from here, we had to go and open a bank account. We were
made to open a Bank of Guilin account in Yangshuo by the folk at Buckland but
we have since found out that ...
... have her nails finished, four ids turned up at the shop, they must have
been around 6-9 years old. They were amazing!! At first they were just so
interested in us because we were foreigners and once me and Ruby started to try
and talk to them they gained tons of confidence and started a tickle war with
us- we told them we were from England told them our names, they then taught us
how to say their names (which resulted in loads of laughing from them) and we
... plane wasn’t the greatest, it was small and not the cleanest but the fight was only 2.5 hours long so no big deal, the rattling on take-off and landing were a little un nerving even for a confident flyer/traveller like myself.
When we got to Nanjing airport, there was no passport control or anything like that so we went straight to get our cases and again we lucked out because our cases were pretty much the first ones out! We got them all on to two ...
... we went to buy something (can't say what) and we were quoted at 200RMB.
We thought it was too much so we went away but decided that we would pay it so we came back and asked for the price again.
"But you just said 200..."
"No. 300. 270 lowest."
So we left and thought that was the end of it.
Then we saw our Chinese friends walking.
I called them over and sent them in on a covert mission ...