- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... those of you who are familiar with Chinese tour groups, multiply that about 100 million (as there's over a billion of them). Tourist sights can be pretty packed with a lot of groups going slow and stopping suddenly to take photos, in the middle of the road. I would also later learn that the "historic" towns in Chinese cities are actually just reconstructions, not renovations. Though overpriced, there were a couple street side restaurants right across from the hostel, which made ...
... Hazy morning air burned off to become hot humid sunny bright blue sky fluffy white cloud days. And if you could get past the rooster-thing in the mornings, very peaceful.
Evenings were colorful sunsets followed rather quickly by darkness, cricket and frog noises. A sense of solitude and surrounded by a blanket of darkness with only the moon for lighting. Again quite peaceful.
... in when we got to the house. It was Sophie's aunt confirming plans for next day.
And of course she asked, "Where is Toby's luggage? Did it arrive yet?"
P.S. Sophie's younger brother lives in Shui Kou Town and he was going to Beijing with us. On a very busy crowded city sidewalk in Kaiping with lots of traffic on the street 2 nights later on Monday evening, we were strolling along and a random young ...
... occupied by Sophie's grandma), kitchen and bedroom dad's parents used when they lived there (now occupied by Sophie's parents), connected by a central living room, a shower cubby (obviously an addition sometime) and open room storage area. Sophie's mom used this kitchen until recently and now cooks from Sophie's house.
Second level had Sophie's and her brother's rooms, open work area and ...
Chishui's forests were primeval--right down to the pterodactyl-sized mosquitos dive bombing us as we stepped under the fern-and-bamboo canopy.
The city built on the red rocks of northeastern Guizhou has been a goal for Dan and I since we moved to Zunyi. It's one of the ten taxi driver questions we field as we go through traffic to work on Saturday mornings: Where are you from? How long have you lived in China? How ...