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Q: new to nanning, any ideas on where i can enjoy a cold beer, some chips bro... kiwi boy

any suggestions welcome for a good bar or 3 to enjoy a beer in or around nanning, and a couple late nights now and then, chur bro..

 

Kiwi boy

9 years 22 weeks ago in  General  - Nanning

 
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Might have to fill the Chilly bin Cuz

put on ya best Jandels

China is Choice Hey Browink

lets see the yanks translate thatangry

mattsm84:

Ugh... Why do people from NZ always talk like this. I mean really, every Kiwi I've ever met. It's like how everyone from South Africa, is over 6 feet tall, blond, and named Gaz. Amazing rugby players though, and fun at parties. Anyway you told him to put on a pair of flip flops and get a cooler. Then you said that Chinese women have nice butts and breasts.  

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Close enoughsurprise

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In Nanning lots of expats bars in and around 'Sunshine 100' buildings just off Minzu Dadao, allegedly 'Just for you' (name of the bar) does decent US style burgers, (although I've never been there as my wife despises the place because allegedly it's full of passport seekers.

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