Home Inn (Guangzhou Shangxiajiu No.2)
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... in China, so all that made in china stuff you see, it comes from here. So alongside the manufacturing also comes the shopping. Guangzhou is shopping central. Huge malls, huge wholesale stores. As well as handmade street markets too. There is a huge jade, jewelry and clothing market. Finding quality jade here is a shopper's dream. Finding quality hemp or bamboo clothes for cheap here was impossible for me ...
... little pieces here and there resembling french castles, roman architecture, etc. The interior of the watchtowers is completely Chinese. An altar for worship, flat wooden beds, simple kitchens, etc.
I'm really glad I went with 2 Australian guys, one of them owns a garden and sells fruit, so he was pointing out all the wildlife we were walking past. Every kind of edible fruit and ...
... in time
for my flight… how wrong I was, first of it took nearly half an hour to get
from my plane to the actual airport and then it took a further 30minutes to get
my passport stamps and get my visa checked, so then keeping an eye on the clock
not only was I, in my winter jacket and flannelette pyjama pants, literally
sweating but mentally sweating! Going through customs took just as long,
As planned, we visited the City Zoo today. The weather was extremely hot, even at 9:30 am. Us and two other families, along with our CCAI guide Paul, made the trek to the zoo. We were dripping with sweat but thoroughly enjoying the visit, which started at the monkey exhibits. Zayne was taking it all in with lots of ooohs and aaaahs at the various animals. However, the day took a turn south as about 11:00 as the skies opened up and we got hit with a torrential ...
For as long as I can remember dreaming about travelling, I've dreamed about travelling India. Colourful, cultural and culinary; the spirituality of thousands of years, and the smells of countless spices; the mountains of the Himalayas, the palm-lined beaches of Goa, timeless desert fortresses and tiger-infested jungles: is there anything that India does not possess to whet the wanderer’s appetite? It is time to answer that question for ourselves, as Kerri and I spend ...