Sliver Bay Bailing Hotel
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After a traditional Chinese buffet breakfast in the hotel, I mercilessly dragged the tired, reluctant boys to a couple of sight seeing places to visit in Guangzhou.
Taxi's are really cheap in China, so for a couple of dollars we went a few km down the road to Shamian island, with its leafy streets & parks and European architecture it …
It was very sad saying goodbye to Nanna early this morning, Rune was in tears :-( I went with her to the train station to see her off. Goodbye's (or sayonara's) are gut wrenching! You don't know when you are going to see the person you care about again and you just have to accept that you are going to miss them and there's nothing you can do about …
... part of the descent. I finally broke through his defenses on the way down with a rendition of Old McDonald Had a Farm.
After collecting our luggage and meeting our local CCAI rep., Jason, we all headed to the bus for the China Hotel (Marriott). Guangzhou is very humid - like 90%, so it feels much hotter than Zhengzhou. The hotel is another 5-star, which is nice. The bad news was that Zayne was running a fever, and my nose was also a wide open faucet, so we were ...
Making it impossible to miss my flight I ensured we left home to leave for Heathrow with plenty of time. By this time there had already been lots of tears from saying goodbye to my dad, brother and sister Bernie. At the airport I got waved off by my mum, sister Josie and best friend Lucy. Typical, got stopped at security and tested for every possible case- liquids, body searched, tooth paste scanned and even my phone case and zips were put through tests. I asked a man why he ...
Linda read that with our six hour layover we might be able to leave the airport and see a sight in the city. This would have let us count China on our list of places visited, but the airports construction, currency change, and figuring everything out with very tired kids proved to be overwhelming so we found some chairs in front of a two minute looping video and watched it a few hundred times. I saw ...