Guilin Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the hotel for a welcome shower and change of clothes as even though it rained today it was very warm with 100% humidity. Then out again for an amazing Chinese meal. See photos to tell the story. Then for a walk around the city which comes to life after dark with fountain shows, lighting displays and a night market. Even found a building that has a waterfall over its windows. Back to hotel about 9pm to crash and write ...
... hour of 2 for 1 cocktails. After getting a pair that the girl at the bar made, this guy asked the barmaid if he could make the next lot we had. They were good! He poured quite a lot more alcohol in than she did! Despite going to bed late I woke pretty early so I showered while Susie was sleeping and went downstairs to have a latte and go on the internet, as the wifi is **** in our room. It is crazy quite how reliant we've become on wifi. If the wifi is **** in a place I'd knock ...
... into the
sky, tracing the strange yet beautiful outlines of the Karsts.
After the breathtaking views it was time to come down from the mountain. The boys stopped halfway and caught the luge down the rest of the way while Jen and I stayed on the chairlift. It was then time to check into our gorgeous hotel right on one of the lakes of Guilin.
Straight to the bar for our TsingTau beer and a wind ...
... to explore and be creative in my instruction. I felt bad hearing the common core horror stories from others. I am looking forward to change, I feel like it will spice up my instruction. I really have it good. So thanks Al and Deana for writing my letters of recommendation for this trip. I am forever grateful. This is truly an opportunity of a lifetime.
Now, back to the day. The cruise was beautiful. It ...
... on us ! After many hairpin turns we had wound our way up about 600m skyward into the start of the terrace climb. Did I mention the climb ? If I didn't, well we had to, climb that is, and climb, and climb, ... These terraces are the home of the Sushou (?) people, a minority group. The women have really long black hair and coil it up on their heads. They wear bright pink tops and decorated black skirts. We passed ...