7 Days Inn Nanning Star Avenue
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Didn't do much today, we got picked up by one of Jen's cousins and went to the Nanning Zoo. Well what a disappointment, the big cats were in small in closures rill of mud and no green rass at all, it was discussing. The ones that were not in there they were in concrete cages and nothing like their environment. All in all it was a great disappointment that the would treat these animals like this. In the evening we went for a walk and did a bit of ...
... Secondly the scenery on the way there and back was fantastic and thirdly the waterfalls are half in China and half in Vietnam. I actually went to Vietnam today and had a beer. The waterfalls are something with a powerful amount of water going down them. On the way back there were monkeys on the roadway along with farmers with water buffalo, people on motorbikes, people walking and other car drivers. They were all at risk of being hit by crazy drivers. ...
... had a bit of a look around and had lunch. Mid afternoon we took the bus out to Jens fathers place and went out to dinner with him and her brother and his family. We got the bus back to the hotel, I got a little geographically misplaced, I thought we were heading the wrong ...
... there 2 nights in order to sort out our sleeper train to Vietnam. Nice hostel with a really nice, cheery Chinese girl with absolutely amazing English in charge. She could put on different accents and was very sarcastic, although she had never been out of Asia. Night train was an experience - 13 hours in a 4 berth train with 2 border stops. The Chinese border was very militarily run, with armed guards and very little smiling, but the Vietnamese one was far more laid ...
... amount of chain smokers. Unfortunately, people can smoke wherever they want which meant a long smelly trip.
From a nursing perspective, I just have to comment on this…the santitation in China is absolutely atrocious. The toilets are holes in the ground where, for females, popping a squat takes a literal meaning. That, coupled with no toilet paper, no soap, the awful stench of urine and feces in and around the ...