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Have you ever heard the song 'Slow Boat to China'? Well, a similar song could be written about the slow banking system in China.
This was my second visit to the bank; the first being three days ago to request a new bank card because my previous had been swallowed up by the ATM – not my fault and another story! I was told it would take three working days to get a new card, which is fair enough but actually the bank cards sit in the ...
... 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 ...
... The air was so thick it felt like a breaststroke would have been more effective than walking. But walk we did, and by the time we reached the metro station we were already overwhelmed. We learned that it's every man for himself when it comes to crossing the street, and even though the traffic is going one way, you could still be run over by a bike or trolley going the opposite direction or get trampled by pedestrians. We began our cultural immersion by trying to figure out ...
... the the store fronts had the dead carcasses of the food being stored in the windows culture difference in the extreme to the North American we typically don't want to know what we eat. And I couldn't help but thinking in this heat how do the street meat vendors or even these restaurants keep food from going bad? We ended up getting lost at this point, as the sun went from just creeping lower to a point of dusk when we left the hotel to night time. Things don't look the same at ...
... beautiful girls and great people all whom helped me a lot and with whom I shared some great moments and I reckon most importantly, I drank some tasty beers and ate some delicious noodles!
I reckon more importantly than 'most importantly;
Is the fact that I survived all my bus rides!
I reckon 'Life ...