Zhuying Garden Hotel Guangzhou
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... observed Pink Shirt Day and did anti-bullying activities at the different levels. That was neat since it started in NS. This week is Book Week with activities each day. Tim’s voice is one of the secret sound bites reading a Dr. Zeus extract that the kids have to guess. And yes, besides all these extra activities, we’re still plodding through our curriculum which has to be mastered! The third progress report goes out this Friday.
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... cruises as they are called) and went to its last stop at Canton Tower, which is the tallest tower in China. To go back to the other side of the river, we took a metro line that goes under the river. We bought a day pass for $4 each. We walked several kilometres exploring the downtown of Guangzhou and then decided to find a place for lunch. We stopped by a busy restaurant, but the menu didn't have pictures and the ...
... and peanut butter my mom had packed, as well as some green tea from the hotel room. We've spent the last hour or so figuring out where to go and what to do since we only have this one day. A lot of websites and apps I'm used to using don't work here, so I've also had to put a bit of effort into finding things that will work so we can actually get the information we need to get around. Compared to last night, with all the bright lights, massive crowds, and music ...
This is close to the most tired I've ever been, but we have finally made it to Guangzhou and are currently sitting in a decidedly random restaurant along Beijing Road, which is largely a massive pedestrian shopping street. After we got to the airport, immigration and baggage claim were relatively easy - once we were outside and away from the multilingual safety of the airport, things got predictably more ...
... got to Beijing Road and, luckily, the buildings had street numbers so we could figure out which direction to go. The street was very busy with people everywhere shopping in the many stores. When we got to where I thought the hotel should be, we stood there trying to figure out where it might be. Just then a couple of young Canadian women asked us if we were looking for the South and North Hotel. We said yes and ...