Kaixuanlong Hotel Guangzhou Huayue
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... this area so friendly. Families were all speaking to us and getting their children to say "hello'. We met a lovely old lady on the bridge in Changsha who told me I was beautiful and desperately wanted to have her photo taken with us. This is an area where they see many Chinese tourists, but very few foreigner tourists.
A really fantastic day, and definitely the highlight of our holiday for me!
We went to the Chen Clan Academy this mornng, stunning architecture. This was a temple built by the Chen family members where their youngsters could come and study for their examinations. A fabulous building going 3 courtyards back. There was a lovely museum with a reconstruction of a Guangzhou house and artworks.
After we disembarked from the night train we checked into the Westin and then made our way to Yuexiu Hill to visit Sun Yat Sen Monument and the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower (Guangzhou Museum).
We then caught a taxi to Shamien Island, a lovely restored area of Guangzhou, full of colonial buildings, wide avenues and street scene ...
Well, we're into February and if there is a groundhog around here, I don’t think he saw his shadow. Except for 2 days of rain, we had a very pleasant January with temperatures between 12 and 22. February is starting off the same way. There were only a handful of days when Tim didn’t wear his shorts, which I’m sure he’ll be telling you when he returns home. I feel we’re acclimatizing to life in China because most things seem ordinary ...
... for a few days, the feeling slowly passed as I put the emotion towards my work and did the best with what I was given. Judgment day was Thursday and Friday.
And the day of reckoning came and passed. Jon had lent to me a bunch of electronic comics he’s had saved on his computer. With that, I made my courses geared around Dr. Suess, Spiderman, and The Walking Dead. Dr. Seuss and Walking Dead both fizzled, so I taught Spiderman for a whole two days. It drove me ...