We felt atrabilious breaking camp in the morning.
Well, at least _I_ felt that.
Niklas was looking forward to air-con and showers and no-more subtropical-camping and being home again. And a little bit atrabilious.
We followed the G-road we followed before and slept next to. We stopped detecting the noise from the trucks.
Until we left the G-road. And enjoyed the silence. The quietness. The absence of constant cars going past and honking. Our ear-drums unfolded while we enjoyed some ice-tea.
So yummy, so happy!
And then, that was is.
Less than 20k from where we started, we checked into a fancy hotel.
I abandoned my plans on cycling or busing to Kaiping the next day. Instead I slept. Got up for food. And slept again.
I remember a bit of sight-seeing in Zhaoqing – It’s a beautiful, cute city with a picturesque lake, good air-quality and a bit too much traffic for our taste – but mainly I remember being in the hotel room. Sleeping. Being lazy. Doing nothing.
City wall and view from the city wall which was- surprisingly – free of charge
“What did she post THAT for?” is what you are probably thinking right now. Well – it looks like it’s out in the country side, right? Zhaoqing city centre is literally right around the corner – but there and then, it was quiet and felt secluded.
And then, two nights later, the bus to Shenzhen…
… with specialized bike storage spaces
Great service and great language skills by the waitress of the Kung-Fu fast food restaurant.