V8 Hotel Guangzhou Ziyuangang
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This evening's concert was most definitely the musical highlight of the tour. The Opera House as you will have seen in yesterday's post was beautiful and worthy of its significant reputation. The audiences here are clearly knowledgeable and responded in an unfailingly positive way to our programme.
The acoustic in the Opera House is the most live that the band has played in, so much so that we had to move out of ...
... a concert this evening in one of the Opera House studio theatres. The band were in the audience and it was fantastic to see them perform from in front rather than from behind! Their programme was a fabulous mix of performance, audience interaction and demonstrations of Maori Culture. (See photos).
In the photos you will see a picture of an angry taxi driver. On 10 occasions today groups of us have been refused rides in cabs back to our hotel ...
... that will be the death of me in China,
it’ll be the buses. If not by riding one, than getting run over by one. The
traffic laws in general are non-existent to begin with and crossing the road is
like navigating a mind field. You need both eyes open.
Anyways, if by chance the bus comes in on time, I’m more
often than not greeted by a smaller bus, say half the size you’d expect the
Smart Buses in Detroit, and looks as if ...
... I say garden in a broad sense meaning the landscape surrounding this establishment was simply breath taking. I was told the garden itself was famous for its peach trees, to which I did not see any, but peach tree or no, that still did not take away from the garden’s artistry.
Later, after an hour or so of wandering around, a grand dinner was served in a convention hall with a few hundred of our foreign teacher peers. We mingled and ate all sorts of foods, only ...
... school is but 5 minutes away. Continuing down the road, after weaving through its alleys, there exists an enormous flee market. Endless supplies of counter-fit goods one can only imagine: clothes, watches, shoes, food, etc., etc. All in the shabbiest of conditions. My favorite, however, would have to be the food section, particularly the meat isle. There, my eyes remain wide as one can buy live: chickens, frogs, snails, shrimp, fish, water snakes, and who knows what else. The respective ...