Zhanjiang Building Leizhou Hotel
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... Don, and arranged their arms around her - so funny!!!
I had to be at school again from 3-6pm, but happily my class was cancelled, so we had dinner at the good halal place here, then got the bus to the airport and said goodbye.
We managed to pack a lot into 48 hours - even with me being at school both days! I enjoy having people to show around, so all visitors are most welcome!
Hope you like the pics.
Spent the morning exploring Yuexiu Park were the locals were exercising, relaxing, play games, singing etc.
I thought I'd go to the airport via subway. It was so easy and cost only a couple of dollars.
When I boarded the plane I again found someone in my seat. The crew member found that we both had a boarding pass for the same seat. After some time, the couple of moved to the seat in front.
... or moving side to side. Some men were shuffling around, others like we're just taking everything in.
I then went walk about. It was fascinating watch people go about their business. I enjoyed the unusual foods on offer along the way.
I went into a restaurant for dinner, the staff were all excited about having a westerner in the restaurant. I was given tea and the cutlery and pressured to order before I could checkout the pictures in the menu. ...
The train was meant to have arrived at Beijing at 8:30 AM but it was more like 11 AM which made Matt anxious as he now only had 75 minutes to catch the subway to Beijing South, pickup his prepaid ticket and catch the bullet train.
The central railway station is the older style sprawling building with lots of people and minimal signage. I knew there was a bus that left from here to the airport, after a few mis-directions I eventually found the bus terminus in a nearby small ...
... Nathan, and Shubham headed out for a pub quiz. I’ve never been to one, but the way it works, the host, Nathan in this case, sets out what really is a quiz to everyone participating in the bar. We were at The Gecko, a western bar down town, and we had a turnout of 10 teams with four to five people per team. The topics ranged from TV sitcoms to current events and film quotes to WWII trivia.
It was Zac, Leon and I, along with another Englishmen, Jamie, ...