Chang An Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fountain. We even had fun trying to get a picture of a silly Chinese girl with a "Made by Satan" shirt. Viola was happy to try the games in the (free) video arcade. Then we headed for our room to get ready for a big day in the park tomorrow. First, Viola is getting done-up at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and then we hope there isn't a typhoon delay in the park. Hopefully it's just a bit of ...
... of tourist sites. You know how you never visit tourist sites where you live? Always thinking that you will someday but never quite getting to it? That was me and Kaifeng. I went there years ago when I was first in China but hadn't been since I moved to Henan province, so towards the end of May I finally went. Three of my teacher friends decided to travel with me for the day. We took the train in the morning and arrived just before lunch. Kaifeng is well-known for it's local ...
... thing (which is the case in a lot of the schools). I feel so bad for the kids, they have to go through these goodbyes with their English teachers twice a year and they've been asking me for weeks when I'm leaving. On Friday afternoon, wherever I went I was hijacked by all my students brandishing pens and notebooks, wanting me to sign my name and write 'I love you' - I know how celebrities feel now, I must have signed about 200 of their books! It ...
The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of activity, but we're done! We had our exit interview with the director in the morning and were officially finished at noon on Saturday. We both have lots of positives about the year teaching at QSI and living in China and we’re leaving on a very positive note. We each had different challenges: for Tim it was the physical energy needed every day and dealing with the heat in a ...
... on the bottom floor, but three more floors that are totally empty. In fact most of the mall had several empty floors and only the bottom floor was sporadically filled. Some parts were just totally empty - whole empty rooms filled with dust and rubbish. Really weird.
We then headed to Keyuan Gardens nearby. It is one of the four famous gardens in Guangdong - one of the others being one I visited in Foshan. Both used Lingnan architecture typical of Guangdong ...