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After arriving in Guangzhou, we quickly got directed to a counter for those that would be making transfers. We had been told by Devona earlier in our trip that China Southern Airlines would provide a free hotel room for you if your layover was more than 8 hours. Since there were three of us, we were actually entitled to three rooms. Pretty sweet deal! We met this girl from London and sort of just stuck with her as we made our way through all the airport checkpoints. ...
... for 2 months. Sure, it cost me a lot but I didn't really have a choice - all the restaurants on the island had European prices, and I was starving.
By this time it was quite late and time to head back to Houjie, so I caught a bus. The woman sat next to me spoke English and worked in foreign trade, so we had a good chat on the journey and she told me about Hainan, which is somewhere I want to visit while I'm here - it looks like paradise! Got home and went to ...
... because of an old legend so it is a famous sculpture). But I did see a big stadium and got some good views of some of the high buildings in the city from the tops of the hills. Despite the quietness of the park, you can never quite forget the presence of a massive city. I also saw the famous Zhenhai Tower, and a tall memorial which rose above the trees.
In the evening I met up with the others again, and we headed out for hotpot (where you choose and cook your own food ...
Our Flight to Xian has been delayed until 10pm so will not arrive in Xian until after midnight! We boarded the plane and then due to the weather conditions we disembarked and went back to the departure lounge and now have a two hour delay leaving at ...
... was okay and she replied it was for a routine examination – every 3 months Chinese women in urban centers have to go for a pregnancy test since the birth rate is closely controlled. Then, in class we were talking about crossing the borders to Hong Kong over Chinese New Years. Two of my students told how their mothers get upset because, despite their age (over 45), they were asked if they were pregnant. Not sure if the mothers ...