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 …
We set off for our trip at 6am on an icy cold friday morning. Erin even had a hot pack with her in the car on the way to the airport. We were both very grateful that we could get a lift from Kev's dad Tony given the time and temperature. Our flight with China Southern was fairly uneventful (thankfully!) and we arrived safely in Guangzhou China to a hot and sweaty 37 degrees. We mostly just watched movies on the flight. Erin had a captive audience in the 2 year old that was ...
... went to the pearl factory! I got my pearl ring that I've wanted for the longest time. Everybody got a little something. After the pearl factory, we went to Elephant Trunk Hill. We then made our way back to the hotel for our tour's farewell dinner. We said goodbye to our tour guides and the other families we would no longer be traveling with. We also got to watch some local kid performers. One little boy played drums like you wouldn't believe! ...
... guide advised us that they boil the scorpion to get the poison out, drain the water then eat what is left. Guangzhou, like so much of China, is a contrast between the old and new. We left the market area to walk down the main modern shopping street. This street was no different than walking down a street in NYC. Mia thought she was in heaven when we arrived at a corner that had McDonalds on 2 different corners. Our guide took us to a Dim Sum restaurant that ...