Grand View Garden Hotel
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... famous moon cakes. They look so tasty but realistically they're not so good. Red bean paste isn't our favourite. Hopefully we will be lucky tomorrow and find the modern berry and ice cream filled ones. Back to 161 the sweet tour guide organiser Molly managed to sort out a discount, if only small, for us in-compensation for the tour mix up today. So tomorrow we are off to see an acrobatic culture show...spinning plates, tumbling chinamen and nail biting stunts...should be ...
... and have a conversation in Chinese and go over the grammar points that we went over in class so we can personally ask questions if we have them. We also have Chinese Table every Wednesday, where we go out to a restaurant in the city with our Chinese class and talk throughout the whole meal in Chinese! Today we had quite a variety of foods, as China does eat family style. We had fried rice (of course), beef and veggies, fried ice cream, green tea cake, ...
... I even start on our adventures, I must say....if China has something right, public transportation is definitely near the top of that list. I was blown away at how incredibly easy and care-free our traveling was. It was the best travel experience I have had in a long time; and this was even in a country where there is a massive language barrier, people!
Our journey started at the Foshan Airport Express bus station. We rode the bus a little over ...
... retaining some very Chinese mythological aspects According to legend and how the show begins, Thousands of years ago, in a mysterious land called the Middle Kingdom, many legends were ...
... for dirty deeds done dirt cheap in these parts, still a somewhat more polite gesture, I suppose, than a double fist-pump; such tact.
Do I like China? Definitely. Do I love it? Maybe. After all, you gotta’ love a place where hot steaming corn is sold at almost every newspaper kiosk. More than that, this is a place that, with a little time and effort and mastery of the language, a laowai like me might find himself ...