- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... allowed folks, go see it yourself.
There's also a two faced bronze buddha statue and a revolving library bookcase, for ancient sutras. Monks believed it was good luck to push them around in circles.
Guanyin was again represented as a giant bronze colossus with at least 20 arms. She lives in the pavilion of "great mercy", so I kneeled down and asked her if I could have some and I'm not joking, she answered. She said very loudly and clearly, ...
... He drove me about 1 km in the direction I was already going to walk by myself. I was mad so I gave him $1.50, slammed the door and caught the bus to town. Did I mention I hate taxis? Something like this happens every time I try to take one by myself.
I had the Chinese characters for the bus stop I needed, so it was no problem to get there. The only problem was that I was about two hours early for meeting Liu and my French friends ...
... as times to catch your breath in the 36 degree heat and humidity.
TRIP NOTE: If you should find yourself headed to Cangyan, try to get there in the morning, not in the late afternoon as I did. In the morning, the sun from the east will shine onto the bridge, giving you rich deep colours, but in the afternoon, the bridge is more back-lit.
Wishing to stay and shoot in the morning, there is a hotel, ...
... one word: pretend. And next week they get to act it out so I'm excited to see what they will do.
Kindergarten learned 10 in a bed and I got to have the older kids act it out which they loved when 'one fell out' and had to sit on the ground. They really were cute acting it out and we had a great time.
Off to another week at 43....
... kindergarten classes which I have to say it is extremely difficult to keep 4 year olds for an hour and half. But I am getting really good with the primary after school job, Mr Xu, where I taught the 4th graders the story of the gingerbread man work on a worksheet. I do like being able to give the kids worksheets instead of having to talk the full hour and half.