Gehao Holiday Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... me and he replied 'we have to do random spot checks, you looked like you wouldn't kick up a fuss so I chose you'.... Then for the plane journey: Firstly, I was sat in the wrong seat- chatting to these two good looking boys sharing sweets; I was pretty gutted that I had to move. When I got up and left the guy said it was like his best friend being taken away from him(bit far if you ask me) Arriving to Guangzhou airport, China after a 11.5 hour flight I must have slept for about ...
This will probably be the shortest post ever. The one lovely surprise- while at Robyn and Michel's house in Bray relaxing between flights, an hour before it was time to go back to Heathrow, Robbie, David and Jo emerged from the kitchen bearing a birthday cake and singing Happy Birthday! Totally unexpected and a wonderful surprise, thank you so much guys! Not much else to ...
I understand why Todd said that we would put on 5kg while we are away - we have done nothing but eat! We were very much looking forward to the four hours in Guangzhou to walk off all the wonderful food we had on the plane. Alas it is too hot to do anything - 6.am and 28 degrees. So we are chilling (poor turn of phrase ...
... for Kings Cross Station, where Jeremy was waiting for us to accompany us on the train to Huntingdon. Hilary was waiting at the station and a short trip home. The garden is looking good and we enjoyed seeing the squirrels pinching food from the bird feeder, but Hilary and Jez were not so ...
We are halfway round the world, and the adventure is already well underway. The flight was really challenging; long haul flying is as bad as they say! We didn't sleep a wink and the film choice was rubbish. After All the immigration officers had a good laugh at my passport photo, we stepped out into Taipei's spring air; it is baked and humid, and it hits you like a wall. The cars have air-con, but it doesn't help much. Within ...