Motel 168 (Changsha Railway Station)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 168 (Changsha Railway Station)
Anywhere where you get leaflets through the door about prostitution and where you can see into the bathroom from the bedroom gives off a certain vibe. Bed was comfy though and food was ok
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Sorry this took a few days to write. I haven't really had any internet since I moved into my new apartment. Even now, I am making do with a temperamental internet cable. First thing to mention is that Changsha is one of the hottest places that I have ever been to. Not because of glaring sun but because of intense humidity. I …
... train. It got up to 304 mp km (kilometer - I'm not going to even act like I'm going to try to convert it to miles). It was great. We had some kind of business class seats, and ended up in the last car, with only 3 other people in our car. It was very nice but went quickly, before we could even get in naps.
Upon arriving in Changsha, we got in line for the taxi. It was really, really long, and the taxis ...
... for me, I contracted food poisoning and wasn't able to take part on day two. The one and only time I will ever enjoy vomiting into a bucket.
This month I was also able to tick off two of the remaining attractions I hadn't yet visited in Changsha, The Window of the World and Sea World. The Window of the World is a theme park which has created replicas of iconic places around the world and combined them with their own Chinese twist. The Library ...
... out on the fun and so he poured his beer over me. If it weren't for another storm later that evening, I would have taken me hours to get all the beer out of my hair!
But the Changsha hash weren't finished there. Four of them sneaked up on me from behind, grabbed an arm or leg and proceeded to drag me to and fro across ice, first on my back then on my front. Of all the things I have done and been a part of in China, this was definitely up there in ...
... While I have not been able to explore China, I have been getting involved with a new group known as the Hunan Hash House Harriers. The Hash House Harriers or Hash Runs were created by the British Army and are now present in most cities around the globe. Their motto is "We are a drinking club with a running problem" which gives you a pretty good idea about what their aims are. To put it simply it is a cross between a steeple chase and a bar crawl. A "Hare" will lay out a route ...