Jing Guan Ming Lou Holiday Hotel
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... while I am out here. I will always think of him. That will never, ever change. Even if we aren't meant to be, he will always be in my head and in my heart. The best part about life is it loves to surprise us. I know there is a wonderful surprise at the end of this story, I just have to wait and see what it will be. PS If you are reading this, I want you to know how incredibly proud I am of you. I saw your last facebook status and I am rooting for you. I am still your number one ...
... our wedding photos and learn the Chinese for mother and father. They like teaching us the names of the Chinese train stations and how to write them, it is quite funny. They sleep a lot and often we just sit in friendly silence. She asks us for our contact details and we learn that she is called Chen Wenqi and she was the chief editor at World Food Watch magazine. I also befriend a young toddler and his mum and dad, ...
... as long as I smile, you will nod and smile too." So verbal chatter aside, we managed to contrive a game of internet translation dialogue. I was using Google translate to tell Xinba about myself and what my plans were. It turns out she was not a "girl," but actually married and 38 years old. I might have guessed 30, but not older. She probably thought I was a lot younger than I was too. I can't remember if she said this or not; too many ...
... the corn, I did ask one of the other teachers who speaks Mandarin to tell them not to put any spices on it, but they probably thought it was a strange request seeing as most food in this area is spicy. I could not finish my barbecued chicken feet because they were so hot, I had tears coming down my face, I had really been looking forward to that.
Anyway, today, after teacher training we went to another small ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJing Guan Ming Lou Holiday Hotel Guilin
Great location. The rooms to this "museum" hotel are beautifully decorated. Enjoyed a room overlooking the lake and city skyline. Internet cabelling in all rooms. Front desk employees were extremely helpful. Had a wonderful stay.
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