Nile Villa International Hotel
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After arriving in Guangzhou, we quickly got directed to a counter for those that would be making transfers. We had been told by Devona earlier in our trip that China Southern Airlines would provide a free hotel room for you if your layover was more than 8 hours. Since there were three of us, we were actually entitled to three rooms. Pretty sweet deal! We met this girl from London and sort of just stuck with her as we made our way through all the airport checkpoints. ...
Woke up early on the Sunday for my mountain hike. In China, the name of every big hill seems to end in 'shan', which means mountain. When I ask my students what they are doing at the weekend, it's quite common for them to say 'I'm climbing a mountain'... Confused me at first! The hikes up these 'shan' hills are difficult, but they are definitely not mountains, something to do with the translation into English though means that they are called mountains. ...
... Park, one of the best parks in Guangzhou, so another metro ride. Parks are free here! Unlike Beijing. I like that. It was such a big park and I spent a few hours wandering around - climbing up and down the hills and walking around the lakes. Very green, lots of flowers, birds singing, very pretty. There was even a theme park/fair, super random.
The park is huge, and it's a shame I couldn't find the Five Ram Sculpture that I wanted to see (Guangzhou is called the City ...
Our Flight to Xian has been delayed until 10pm so will not arrive in Xian until after midnight! We boarded the plane and then due to the weather conditions we disembarked and went back to the departure lounge and now have a two hour delay leaving at ...
... say the other teachers. We have them throughout the apartment, so I’ll let you know.
We’re at a stage in our experience here where we’re starting to get some insights into life for the Chinese here – below the surface. My Chinese assistant was late one day last week which sometimes happens because of traffic jams. After class she whispered to me that she had to go to the hospital. I asked ...