Jinjiang Inn (Nanning International Expo)
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... it was probably was just the nervous energy .
We went to the office of Civil Affairs with two other families. It was kind of a blur, but Emmett bounced in and was taken into the play room. He was then brought into the meeting room to meet his brother, grandparents, and parents! It was quite a relief for all of us that this moment had come, and our health finally returned to normal
Mel: Although NanNing was a city we were just passing through, we enjoyed some traditional cultural buildings and hidden laneways, amongst massive shopping malls. We stayed at Traveling with Hostel, where Remy hustle sprite from the fabulous staff.......hmmmm.....what a cultural learning trip this is turning out to ...
... speak some English and asked us where we were going. She said she was in college and was working in the restaurant for some extra cash. Lovely to speak to someone who speaks English. 13.30pm. On to our (long) short bus, I say this as we were meant to be on this bus for 4,5 hours, but arrived at 9pm! The safety instructions on this bus were quite rediculous, did they not only tell us what to do in case of an emergency but also showed us videos of bus crashes to make sure we ...
And then I saw a quite big gathering by the river. Few Buddhist monks with other Buddhists were standing around the plastic bags full of water with alive fishes; Buddhists mantras playing from big speakers. I will explain this beautiful ritual using the fragment of my soon-to-be-published book ‘Seven Paths to Shangri-La’ (I was writing about the birds, here we have fishes – but the concept is the same:)
... and no-one could tell us where it was going despite having a ticket saying Nanning. Fortunately, just over 4 hours later we arrived at the Vietnam, China border and then spent 2 hours leaving Vietnam and checking into China. Another 4 hours and we pulled into Nanning.
We managed to find our way to the train station and after a long queue through security and an even longer queue at the ticket office we were eventual told all trains to Guilin were fully ...