Helen Bergh Hotel
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... waiting at the bus stop to go home, and even when we did converse, I found them to be stereotypically snobby. I wish stereotypes weren't true, but sometimes you can't ignore them.
Anyway, I went back with them to Guangzhou in silence, they weren't interested in sitting near me or talking with me at all. I left the bus without saying goodbye and took the next sleeper train back home at 10:30 p.m. Twenty three hour trip! Wow!
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... the diaolou must have been painted in bright colors back in the day //// Je suppose que les diaolou étaient peint avec des couleurs vives à l'époque.
- 'Let the bullets fly': They filmed part of the movie in the Li garden /// ils ont filmé une partie du film dans le jardin Li.
- random on the way back: I walked the 4km back to chikan and got to see the country side //// J'ai marché les 4km qu'il y avait jusqu'à Chikan et j'ai pu profiter de la campagne chinois
... and threw some lemon grass, ginger and cilantro into the pot. Later, she threw in white fish, the local speciality that is farm raised in this area. The soup was absolutely delicious, and Lili had about 3 helpings. Then, the green veggies were passed around, along with a pot of rice. Lili finished with mango sorbet. What a great conclusion to our short visit to ...
... down, so good thing they built a new facility for the kids. We then we drove over to Lili's "finding place" (we think), and where she had her surgery, which was the Jiangmen Central Hospital. It was a huge hospital right next to the Po River. The lady in green was the caregiver who took her to the hospital. What an incredible experience, and we all agreed it made our trip complete. Lili did great. You could tell she was really nervous, but was delighted to give the kids the stuffed animals we picked ...