Baiyun International Convention Center
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... the China Southern Lounge. Absolutely cannot fault the service, facilities etc of China Southern Air. The lounge here offers drinks and nibbles of all kinds; you can shower if you want - sleep - catch up with people ( free wifi). 10/10. Leg two of the trip starts at 8.50am with the flight to London Heathrow - and more ...
... other 2 in August. The 2 Americans are both having their babies in Hong Kong and not going back to the States. Many of the younger staff prefer teaching abroad and have no desire to return home, at least for this stage of their lives. Certainly for the Americans, the money is much better than in the US and the health plan is a BIG bonus. We received an email from Cigna, our health insurance provider, that we could continue coverage ...
Very hot in Guangzhou. Arrived 5.30 in morning in the dark. Over 30 deg at that time. Flight left at 9.30 am local time. Uneventful flight. But don't expect to receive what was ordered on the menu. Arrived in London at 3.10 pm after circling 2 or 3 times. Easy transfer on to underground, ...
... the window. No changing tables at the airport, so the rest of the crew made a wall so I could change her yucky diaper. This would be the second time our poor baby has been changed on some random hard floor . . . gotta do what you've gotta do! I was told by two people that our girl was the loudest on the plane. Hmmm . . .sorry? :D Honestly, we are a bit scared for the flights back. Basically, it includes a in-China flight ...
... met a Chinese guy who spoke just enough English where we were able to get the message across of paying him once we were in the stadium and not in the parking lot. We settled on a 300 RMB per ticket, bought a few jerseys and happily made our way into the stadium.
On our approach, before actually getting into the place, we listened as the fans chanting grew, drums beating deepened, trash mounting higher the closer we got, and the air thickening with smog ...