resize=550,366" alt="Guangzhou" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-5183" srcset="https://i2com/ At least transportation was cheap with taxis that drop the meter at 10 RMB and public transportation that was practically free. While there are some good possibilities for making money and some hot chicks, there are far too many cons for me to recommend it. Drinking at bars was quite expensive- at nice higher end places a glass of wine or a mixed drink was 60 RMB and up, meals for two (without alcohol) 150-200 for 2 people even at mediocre restaurants and reasonable accommodation started from 300 RMB and up.Interestingly enough the nearby Suns Club seemed to not be as affected by this foreign invasion so we proceeded to have a blast over there for the rest of the evening.
One troubling experience I would like to relate to you however was from the Wave Club on Friday night.
We were having a pretty fun time there, drinking 6 beers for 240 RMB ($6.50 each, quite a good deal for the party pier) when around AM, seemingly out of nowhere, 100-150 sketchy looking African dudes came out of nowhere and descended the Party Pier like locusts with a particular affinity for the Wave Club.
It seemed like every local girl we met who we were able to communicate with was a buyer of some local factory produced product and hated their job.
Still, it’s not bad to be a white guy in China as far as girls are concerned.
A special note about the taxi drivers: illiterate, unable to read maps, unfamiliar with major landmarks, and without a word of English, Guangzhou taxi drivers are some of the worst I have ever dealt with.