Holiday Inn Binhai Tianjin
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First I want to acknowledge the comments attached to my last blog entry by our good friend and cruise buddy; Nick. Please read those.
As the ship prepared to get underway from Inchon, the captain and crew were frustrated by the lack of return by one of the small HAL tour buses carrying about 8-10 passengers. You see, every ship needing to depart the 'Lock enclosed" harbor has to make a reservation to enter the locks. His window of time was ...
... br> The area we were in was right next to the Tianjin river and there was a canal boat giving tours so we decided to find it. However on the bridge we encountered 'the Monkey King' who sadly demanding 10 yuan a photo, so we didn't bother.
We eventually found the canal boat where me, Shona, Charlotte and Mieke went on. Sadly the tour was completely in Chinese and we were still exhausted from getting up that early, so we basically ...
... on the distance it would travel on one charge of its battery. So I had charged it up and set off, continuing in a pretty boring sort of manner at 21 km/h for the 11 revolutions.
I wonder how many people wondered about the foreigner going past every 3 minutes or so …
(I have taken the pictures over the last 3 years. Consequently all four seasons could be represented, not just summer as it is ...
... see his play area, his crib, and
his friends. It was so reassuring to see and know that his orphanage
was a good, clean, loving place to live. They had so much stuff for the
kids to do and even Hailey was jealous of the play area they got to
have. Jaden was great through the whole tour. He was quiet and very
content to hang out in Lorilee's arms.
we went back to the hotel to check in and then head to the grocery
... back that way again about 10 minutes later, having eaten, I stopped and asked the guy "多少钱 / DuōShǎoQián" ('door sh'ou che-an?') - "How much?". “五百 / WǔBǎi” (‘Woo buy’) he replied, Y500, about $NZ100 each.
Nope, not for ...