Fairyland Hotel Express(Chuanjin Road)
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... fresh and delicious. We go to a chemist but they don’t have something for meL I plan to soak my head in hot water and tea tree oil when I get home. Lily informs me her mother is bringing me ginger and brown sugar tea when we get home?!? When did she call her mother? So precious-
Back home I start my medicine tricks- soaking my head in hot bath with oils I luckily brought with me, Lily makes a phone call and with in 10 min I am also soaking my feet ...
... roads quite difficult due to the level of traffic - taxis, expensive cars, double decker buses and electric scooters, the latter clearly having taken over from the bicycle on these Chinese streets. We were back in winter clothes now, after a brief spell of wearing tropical gear in Kuala Lumpur, and finding it quite chilly. We were also surprised to be feeling a little breathless although as yet we were only at around 6500 ft and would be going considerably ...
... school on the weekends as these wealthy parents work long hours, want their kids to succeed and are prepared to pay.) A Polish guy came to tutor in English and we left, but not before Wenwen had ridden her bike from the classroom out the vestibule and off down the road to get some kids.
We returned to the hostel in the city with our bags then Wenwen loaded Chris on
the back of her bike and we were off, me running to keep up!
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... to do on the outskirts of the city, though travelling there is difficult due to traffic. The people are quite friendly, helpful and not out to scam you, unlike in other larger Chinese cities. It was also refreshing that they spoke Chinese to me instead of Japanese. Once the metro is completed, it will start to become a true international tourist city. The new airport will also open later this month so the city is developing very ...
Well, after months of planning and years of dreaming we have finally made it China! We only have a 30 day visa for China but we have massive plans for it, so we are going to be on a mega tight schedule while we are here. We have decided to start in the southern province of Yunnan which is famous for its stunning scenery, ethnic minorities and for not having a jot of English in sight, then we move up to central China to the Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces ...