Sanbu Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... when I actually arrive at my destination. You know, usually I try to just "enjoy the journey", which is not hard to do, but today however, it really really was. I think my feet were even sweating, because I started to get the same blisters I got in Cuba on that really super hot day. Note to self: When the temperature is over 35 maybe don't wear Chacos.
There was nothing along the highway except ruined houses and long grass. I ...
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 ...
... them. It's easily feasible in one day even by foot/bus.
1) JinJiangLi village. I arrived there rather early and the village felt a bit like a ghost town. At least I could wander around undisturbed. I could even go up the Diaolou. It’s really cool to see inside and the view from there.
2) MaJiangLong village. It’s a group of villages with many diaolous. They have a suggested route for you to follow to see the main site. You cannot ...
... private room, and he had obviously called ahead to order the food. On the table was a roast chicken and in the middle of the table was a large wok filled with water. Mr. Guan opened Belgium beer and we had many toasts of "gombai" and Happy New Year. We started with roast chicken, which tasted sort of smoked. Then the waitress came in, started a flame under the ...
... 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 ...