Motel 168 Guangzhou Tianhe North Road
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... has by far been one of the most amazing opportunities I have ever been presented with, and each person we met along with route, each fact we learned, and each event we experienced will forever be carved into my mind. If I were to pick my top five that impacted me the most though, the following list illustrates those that stood out from all others:
1. Being served dish after dish of traditional Omani ...
... about the city and drink up the sights for a while. At the ports, large ships came to and fro, and Chinese junks dotted the horizons with their stern mounted rudders to improve steering such gargantuan boats in the large sea and their water-tight bulkheads designed to keep them afloat during emergencies. Silks, silk textiles, ceramics, and metalwork made their way on and off the land while people scurried back and forth trying to find the best bargain and the most stunning ...
The weather has been unusually warm and dry since we’ve been back, although it is raining today. The days are reaching the high teens and 10 -12 degrees at night. Tim is still wearing shorts to school, but I’m wearing long pants and sweaters, so I think he’s going for bragging rights. We took a long walk in the big park yesterday which is about a 20 walk from our place. It was full of people enjoying the beautiful day ...
... to handle this ourselves. We got in the cab with a note that our guide had given us about where we wanted to go. About half way there, Jim turned to me and said, "I wonder where we are headed and if the cab driver is taking us in a direct route." About 10 minutes later, we pulled up to a small store front that had "Electronics Market" written in English on the outside. I thought this was a strange looking and quite small place to be called ...
... it is a place for restaurants and cheeky souvenir shops where you can spend half an hour drinking tea and swapping anecdotes with the shopkeeper, but then feel obliged to buy something. Today we plan to visit the Paddy Field Irish Pub, as well as exploring one of the many city centres, before flying to Guilin tomorrow morning.
As I hijacked this computer off a girl from Holland who seemed to be writing a dissertation, I better go for now ...