Looking back, this is worth a read. It’s one of our most popular travel blogs
The 310 Km per hour, bullet-train, silently came to a halt at Hangzhou. We disembarked wearing our rucksacks and trailing our “wheelie” cases. Getting down three flights of steps was a challenge but there was a flat surface at the edge of the steps which we assumed was designed for “wheelies”. As we arrived at the ticket barrier, a commuter train discharged all its passengers, and were suddenly surrounded by many thousands of people – the wheelies kept people from pushing in front. We then had the fun of finding our guide.
Our guide Carl, (not his real name)…
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