Motel 168 Guangzhou Tianhe North Road
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... how frustrating it must be for Zayne to not understand English. We have been using some of the Chinese Jason taught us, and it has helped with the medicine since. Life is going to get so much easier as we all get closer to being on the same page linguistically.
We passed on the optional city tour this morning, and just relaxed. Zayne had woken up several times during the night, so we were all a bit underslept. We did get breakfast here, which was just as good ...
Making it impossible to miss my flight I ensured we left home to leave for Heathrow with plenty of time. By this time there had already been lots of tears from saying goodbye to my dad, brother and sister Bernie. At the airport I got waved off by my mum, sister Josie and best friend Lucy. Typical, got stopped at security and tested for every possible case- liquids, body searched, tooth paste scanned and even my phone case and zips were put through tests. I asked a man why he ...
Linda read that with our six hour layover we might be able to leave the airport and see a sight in the city. This would have let us count China on our list of places visited, but the airports construction, currency change, and figuring everything out with very tired kids proved to be overwhelming so we found some chairs in front of a two minute looping video and watched it a few hundred times. I saw ...
Tonight we got our luggage from the hotel and walked the three blocks to the airport train. We accidentally got separated, the kids in one train car and the adults in another. We were fine, we knew where we were going, but at the same time it was kind of exciting. We met back up at the airport and we went through all of the airport lines. While we waited for check-in to start I wrote a lot of post cards. Then Wes had to walk all the way to the post office to mail each one. He had to walk ...
We left Bangkok at 2:00 a.m. We got to China at 6:15 & we leave now to come home. But first we need to visit San Francisco and then I will be a WORD TRAVELER! I am excited, happy & I can't wait to see everyone! Just a few days left! That'll be it for now:) I gotta go ...