HJ Grand Hotel
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Arrived in Guangzhou around 11pm. Took about 3 hours from the time we landed till we got to our overnight hotel due to the flight delay!
Slept for 1 hour plus and then it's time to wake up to prepare to get back to the airport after a quick breakfast.
Luckily our flight to Delhi left on time at 7.30M. Not impressed with this …
... multiple floors even with sign marked areas it takes a while to source the right vendors. I can't believe some of the prices. Some of these products would easily sell for hundreds of dollars back home! Barely scratching the surface the first day I decide this warrants another day.
After a cozy day in, I return to the fair, map in hand I'm determined to make my way through the exhibits. Have you ever ...
... anywhere from one to two weeks. Granted, I always
tinker around and update my coming lessons, but the old days of slaving away to
the last minute are but memories in the rear view mirror.
Actually, this week I may have done the least amount of work
yet. Because I’ve wrapped most of my unit plannings, I spend the day playing
scrabble and looking for articles online to keep my mind busy. If not that,
then I’ll go for a walk, take ...
... be taking place next month. I don’t have all the details on the matter now, but from what I gathered, they’ll be taping us live on the local Foshan sports channel. More on the topic when I have word.
A final word on a topic that is starting to get worst, and that is smog. For some reason, the last few weeks here have gotten particularly worst when it comes to the smog levels. I don’t know the science behind it, but when I go for walk at ...
... people, gave blessings to the city and left. The rams turned into stone and the city became a rich and populous place. Guangzhou got the name of the City of Rams and the City of Ears.
Zhenhai Tower, better known among the locals as the Five-Story Tower, is one of the landmarks of the city. An interesting historical record has it that Zhu Liangzu, Yongjia Marquis of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), saw yellow and purple air rising over Yuexiu Mountain and ...