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Where can I find a translator, driver, and interpreter?

Where can I find a translator, driver, and interpreter?

Oct 29th, 2010, 08:13 AM
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Where can I find a translator, driver, and interpreter?


I will be arriving in Hong Kong December 21st at 8:45pm. I need a transportation service to take myself and my

family from Hong Kong to a hotel in Guangzhou. The car must be big enough for two adults and two children. The

itenirary is: Wednesday December 22 I need an interpreter and a driver from 9am until 7pm to buy high quality

replica hand bags, jewelry, and baby clothes. I need someone that knows where to buy these things at a good price.

This same service will be needed on Thursday, again from 9am until 7pm, and then also on Friday in the same way from

9am until 5pm. I will also need the same services on Sunday for half of a day (9am until 2pm), and then take me

back to Hong Kong. I also need to know recommendations of the best hotels in Guangzhou - I originally was going to

Shenzhen and am now considering going to Guangzhou instead - can anybody recommend which is a better destination for

what I am trying to do? Could you please email me as soon as possible at [email protected] ? I need good

prices on your interpreter, shopping, and translation services - the best deal possible. Thank You.
reinasimon123 is offline  
Oct 29th, 2010, 03:01 PM
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I think this one is for me:
dogster is offline  
Oct 29th, 2010, 03:44 PM
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dogster - Please specify where in Guangzhou can the OP find that for you.
rkkwan is offline  
Oct 29th, 2010, 06:23 PM
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Do you think the OP has noticed that her shopping trip is the three days before Christmas. It's lucky, isn't it, that those Chinese know nothing about Western customs. At least she'll be spared that pre-Christmas rush...

As for the dress, Reina has already made mine. Once I get the plastic surgery done everything will fit perfectly. I still
find it's a bit droopy in the front.
dogster is offline  
Oct 29th, 2010, 09:21 PM
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At my age I like droopy in the front......proves Newton's gravity thing.....

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