Cygnet Inn (Guanyinqiao)
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... never saw them but when he came back to check, they had checked-in. Our guide boards every flight last and can never leave a tour group member in a city alone. The tour group will not allow this. Our tour guide is very good at his job but corralling 28 people must be a tough job.
I didn't have my camera on the plane. I regret that. I was tired and wanted to sleep but even for the 2 hour and 20 min or 2 hour and 40 min flights, they ...
... guide, we climbed over 700 steps before we arrived at the highest temple complex. Along the way we stopped at the various temples dedicated to spirits of the underworld as our guide related various legends and stories about this mountain. We were rewarded with great views at the top and had a more relaxing walk back down. After a well-earned and delicious dinner, we were entertained by the crew with a fashion show featuring traditional costumes from various regions of China ...
... can fit in an elevator. We were mashed in like sardines. I was uncomfotable and they were giggling. Awesome. I would have gotten a picture except I couldn't move my arms! Once we un-wedged ourselves from the elevator I got some art and kid chopsticks to round out my shopping adventure.
We came home and had a yummy mexican dinner thanks to Stephanie and I got all packed.
Tomorrow will be a long day - 24 hours of travel here I come!
Hanna Melisa birthday is the last memory Ill put in this blog. Hanna Melisa is sooo awesome. She is my most hilarious friend at Pass university. She a student here but not my student. I believe I posted a video of her talking in one of my earlier blogs. Shes from GuangDong Province where they speak Cantonese. It was here birthday and so John and I decided to surprise here by getting her a cake. In China, it is custom for the person who’s birthday it is, ...
... nearby middle school (it was about 8pm or so now--that's how late school goes). They asked me all sorts of questions, mainly consisting of my salary in China. I tell them, since it's not a big deal here at all, and they weren't too impressed--they said it was a small amount, especially for someone who has to pay for American things when I go home. I said it was fine for China, and that's where I am now. One of the teachers, who just named herself "teacher" in my phone, asked me if ...