Holiday Peninsula Hotel
Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... lunch. It was so handy having a fully decked our kitchen complete with oven, microwave, cutlery, plates, fridge and freezer. We heated it up a bit more to kill off any Chinese bugs and sat down to our little lunch smorgasbord. After lunch we went for, what was becoming, our regular afternoon swim. We had planned to walk to the Canton tower at night to see it all lit up but in the early evening there was a massive thunderstorm. There was huge amounts of lightning and thunder ...
... went to the pearl factory! I got my pearl ring that I've wanted for the longest time. Everybody got a little something. After the pearl factory, we went to Elephant Trunk Hill. We then made our way back to the hotel for our tour's farewell dinner. We said goodbye to our tour guides and the other families we would no longer be traveling with. We also got to watch some local kid performers. One little boy played drums like you wouldn't believe! ...
... of the games. The stadium has never been used since the games and is now a place that tourists visit. Also near by was a fountain that was choreographed to music and a museum. The museum had a display on North American Indians :-) In this area, Jim was surrounded by a group of teenagers that wanted to get their picture with him. Seems I married a rock star... We left Guangzhou to fly to Guilin (pronounced gway lyn). Mia ended up with headache but was a ...
... both orphanages, the girls were called by their Chinese names. We were greeted by the Doctor, the Nurse (both cared for Hannah), the Director and another Assistant Director. A special part of the meeting happened when they told us this was the Doctor that gave Hannah her Chinese name, which means strong and beautiful. This was a special moment for us and we told him that he had named her well! They asked questions of Hannah and answered our questions. This portion ...
Today we traveled to Hannah's City, Guangzhou. We took the bullet train from Yueyang to Guangzhou and discovered it was a wonderful way to travel. The train was a great opportunity to see more of the country side then we have been seen by flying. Since Guangzhou was the very last stop, we figured that we would know it was time to get off the train when we were the last ones sitting there. However, announcements were also in English, which was ...
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