Haiyatt Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... one evening. The motorists acknowledge that pedestrians exist and will even stop and let you cross at the crosswalks. Japan is CLEAN, not even cigarette butts around! What was strange, though, was we had to really search for a trash can when we had garbage, especially in the train stations. A guide told us they were removed 15 years ago when a poisonous gas was let off in the subway systems. But I digress..
... impassible and then old sheets and linens were added to the mess. I was walking down with another teacher and asked where they were all from. She scrunched up her face and said before the sex trade crackdown last spring, the upstairs was a foot massage/brothel and it was apparently being renovated. GROSS! and even worse was that a sign was put opened up on the heap of junk and people came, bought and hauled away all the chairs!!!
This was kind of an early morning we had to be up and out for the tour Billy booked at 9:30. We had a lovely breakfast in the hotel then meet up with our tour guide Jeanette. We went to various museums, parks and buildings. We had lunch at a cantonese restaurant and visited the markets. I played a sort of kick ups game with some locals in the park. We also tried some sugar cane juice which i though was nice but Kirstie was not so keen ...
This was a very long day which started quite late due to the previous late night at the casinos. We had to get through immigration which took forever and then get the train to guangzhou which took a couple of hours. We eventually arrived at our hotel around 10pm which was again booked by Billy and again was lovely, we had a lil drink on the roof top bar ten went to ...
... this is quite common apparently and remember that we are a private school in a city with a LOT of wealthy people.
I received flowers from 2 students this week, a teacher appreciation day and at the International Banquet at school. That was really interesting! we had a Meet the Teacher segment and then parents and staff gathered in the common area and brought traditional food from their home country. The room was decorated ...