Grand Palace Hotel Guangzhou
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Thanks to National day holiday and rearranged schedules I had 6 days in a row off school - bliss! I stayed at home and did a little exploring, but mostly just relaxed, read and watched movies thanks to Netflix.
The unfortunate consequence of all that was that I had to teach on Wed, which would normally be my day off, and was unable to meet Carol & Don for their return stopover.
They managed to get their way to my ...
... for some of the traditions. Kyoto also has MANY Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines and we visited quite a number of them. Some were incredibly beautiful and serene, spiritual and others we visited with 50,000 other people, sort of like our trip to the pyramids.
We also took a day trip to Hiroshima, which was moving and disturbing, but also uplifting with its message of peace. Like when we visited ...
Spent the morning exploring Yuexiu Park were the locals were exercising, relaxing, play games, singing etc.
I thought I'd go to the airport via subway. It was so easy and cost only a couple of dollars.
When I boarded the plane I again found someone in my seat. The crew member found that we both had a boarding pass for the same seat. After some time, the couple of moved to the seat in front.
... or moving side to side. Some men were shuffling around, others like we're just taking everything in.
I then went walk about. It was fascinating watch people go about their business. I enjoyed the unusual foods on offer along the way.
I went into a restaurant for dinner, the staff were all excited about having a westerner in the restaurant. I was given tea and the cutlery and pressured to order before I could checkout the pictures in the menu. ...
Going though Chinese customs was again an ordeal, being frisked while all your passport and possessions are just sitting there asking to be pinched.
Got my fist flight on the huge Airbus 380 and was given a great seat with heaps of leg room, but when I boarded I found my seat was occupied with an elderly lady supposedly with a broken leg, so I guess that broken leg trumps just long legs. The lady was well attended, assumedly her daughter gave her multiple ...