Wuzhou City Convenience Inn Dieshan
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... up until after 9am, none of us were particularly pleased to hear this blaring out in our room, especially after the beers we had the night before. It finally stopped half hour later but it was already too late, I was up! I looked out of our window only to see another boat parked directly next to us so we ventured outside to the top deck to get a clearer view of the Yangtse River. It was quite entertaining watching the other boats try and maneuver around, they blasted their ...
... renovations at the time... Still is if I understand the taxi guy right!
While stumbling through sign-talk with the taxi guy some youngsters passed by, going Hello as they did... Common behaviour here, I have had more requests to be in photos with strangers here in 24 hours in Wuzhou than I did in 2 months in Chongqing! after giving up on the trip tot he snake repository and a dinner at the snake restraunt, I wandered down the street, catching up after a while with the ...
... behind my back.
Having no luggage to worry about I was more comfortable sitting down with pen and paper and a 2008 copy of "Lonely Planet: China", busily checking the Guangdong section and the basic survival phrasology section in the back of the book for the characters for:
"I'd like a" (wo xiang yao)
"Guangzhou" (guang zhou)
"one way ticket" (dan cheng piao)
Need to get away from the hustle and bustle Wuzhou is the place ;)
130rmb, 6hr bus from Dongguan- ONE WAY
Hiked a mountain to get to the Temple Court Yard....gorgeous view!
The shopping was awesum jade, tea sets, and gems fabulous.
The food was divine salty but divine ;)!
Fav was the sweet Baozi.
Xie Xie Wuzhou, will most definitely be back again ;)!
To be con...
... Gorges boat trip. Almost all of the towns along the river are modern and hideously ugly. They look almost as dead as the Ghost City we passed the day before. From the boat they appear to simply be collections of gray highrise buildings. There doesn't even seem to be any infrastructure linking them together. No parks or even many roads. When our boat docked we all piled out and moved along to a slightly smaller boat that would take ...