Clifford Foodcourt Guangzhou Posted by efratadenny on 28 November 2012 Posted in: China, Photography, Traveling. Tagged: China, Clifford Foodcourt, Guangzhou, Photography, Photos, Traveling. 15 Comments We have late lunch at Clifford Foodcourt Guangzhou. This is foodcourt have many choices of foods especially seafood. Quite recommended place if you have time to visit Guangzhou. Advertisement Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← Guangzhou Friendship Store Guangzhou to Shenzhen via Train →
^ – ^ wow…have you visited the statue of five goats (in Yuexiu Park) yet ? the legend of that statue is quite interesting !
I haven’t. What is it about, Yin?
ah , so sr for taking that long for this reply ^ – ^ you can read it here – http://www.guangzhou.chn.info/overview/legend-of-5goats.html – Hope that I may have chance to visit this city someday , it was my mom’s hometown!
I cannot open your link. I thought you are Vietnamese?
Could it possible to drive from Vietnam to Guangzhou?
you can read more here: http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/guangdong/guangzhou/yuexiu.htm
yup , I was born In Saigon , my mom came from Guangzhou and my dad’s hometown is Hainan Island (south China), that’s why I’m a 100% Vietnamese who “have to” live in a blended environment with VietNamese versus Chinese’s cuture , living habit as well as language ^ – ^
OIC. Do you think you will like Guangzhou more than Saigon? I like Saigon.
I like Guangzhou – and I love Saigon ^ – ^
I really have no idea if we can drive from Vietnam to Guangzhou , may be “yes” if we start from those cities which are in the north of VietNam , in my case , taking a plane from Saigon to Guangzhou is the fastest and safest way ^ – ^
I was overheard that people can drive from Singapore to Vietnam and it was quite adventurous. Looking at map, I think from Hanoi to Guangzhou is nearer and only pass one country border. Yes, taking plane is the safest way. I think it will be much cheaper than driving also.
yup , young people in my country now find interesting when travel from place to place by driving (we call it “đi phượt” ).I tried it once , and just 1 more step to heaven that time :l moreover , we lost 1/3 of our money paying for the guy from the motorbike-repair-store when 1 of my friends got his morotbike down in the middle of the journey !
Oh sorry to hear that. I hope both you and your friend are okay now. Road are unpredictable.
About the legend, this is what I ‘ve read : According to the legend more than 1000 years ago, Guangzhou was a not a rich land. One day, people heard a heavenly song and saw five fairies wearing colorful dress and riding five rams with each ram carrying six bundles of grains in their mouth. They gave the grains to the Guangzhou people and blessed the place forever with a good harvest and then the fairies left but the five rams turned into stones. Since then Guangzhou became a prosperous land and its people enjoyed a better life.
Very interesting story. I feel eager to see that stone.
^ – ^ have a good trip with your awesome photos-as always !
p/s : so sorry Efratadenny, My internet might have problem yesterday , I posted a long comment , then saw nothing , so I tried again and again and there was not any change , finally , I decided to split the comment into 3 little parts . I have no idea why it becomes so messy today 😦 so sorry , hope you may delete those (4) long long long comments for your convenience.
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