Perfect International Hotel
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It has been 1 week since Gail and Carol have been here. And yes Brynn ,I'm happy that your grandma is here so I don't have to talk as much Australian as I was. It did not take them long to get into the shopping mode, a girl at the hotel told a cab to take them down town to a place so they could shop. He dropped them off in front of a MacDonald's and let them fend for them self's. I will attach a link to there travel blog. They have there ...
... bit of a struggle ,what I really need is an interpreter. Things really get lost in the translation, I'm sure it will get better as time go's along. The people here are very interested in Canada ( Ganada ) they really enjoy the pictures I show them especially of the scenery and of what the snow looks like. I showed them pictures of Tyler with some of the animals he killed they think they are very scarey. They ...
... the streets.
We arrived at the hotel around 10am. Very nice hotel & room - a business suite which is 2 seperate rooms (one with sofas & TV, the other with king size bed, TV and computer). After checking in we both had a quick shower with the intention of going back out again but I desperately needed to sleep so had a nap whilst Steve went out to explore the area. After he got back we both went out for a wander. By now it was ...
... will yell to get everyone to be quiet. And when they realize we're playing a fun game, they'll all get into to- then it's just keeping them in control so they don't go overboard with the excitement cuz then it starts all over, ha. I've talked to many of the head teachers and most have been very supportive with disciplining and other things- they're very understanding because in most cases they say their students are bad ...
... architecture is unreal: restored Ming dynastry the midst of the city. Maybe a bit overwhelming for our first outing, so many marts and shopping in the bazaars surrounding the garsden. Although people really just say 'Hello, just looking?', no one haranges you into shopping, so that is nice. We wandered about the garden a bit, but there is no brochure, no real maps and so we kinda gave up and left ...