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... I arrived or how long it took but if I tell you that I had to sign my name TWELVE times on various bits of paper, including photocopies of my passport and punch in my pin number at least seven times, you’ll get an idea of how long the whole process might have taken. These were in addition to the signatures and number punching I had to do three days ago. It is no wonder that the banks have a ticket numbering system and seats for customers to wait, ...
I find myself back in China again, something I thought would
not happen but fate has brought me back. I must say I feel quite happy to be
back in Guangzhou because it is a place I am comfortable with; Nepal is just an
unknown entity for me. But actually now I feel rootless again. I went to my
usual haunt – Hooleys and saw the band I like so much and yet the feeling was
not the same; the ...
... the pond but the other two were more interested in snack time. The lions pretty much sat and stared at us, but I don't blame them, it was too hot to do much more than that. We saw tons of other stuff too - rhinos, giraffes, elephants, snakes, iguanas and various other creatures whose names I didn't remember. Our only letdown was the fact that the pandas were inside their house rather than outside. We were still able to see them at a distance through the windows, but it didn't ...
... of dehydration and started to feel a bit nauseous, and so I asked if Ann-Marie was ok heading to the hotel for a quick rest then to the temple. We ended up taking a breather for a few hours before going back out into the streets. We had some green tea provided in our room and dug into our Chinese snacks we purchased earlier. Cucumber flavoured lays stackable style chips were a bit sweet on the first bite but were quite delicious. We also had some sort of green tea, ice ...
... tell its Demon Tail.
I reckon that I have seen some more amazingly Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Hakka Peoples architecture from fortresses too spirally wirily Taoist villages that when given a chance still continue to give present days 'we don't give a fark about anything’ Feng Shui a super human kick ...
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