Starway Taiti Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our future groups and we don’t know any good yoga warm-up exercises :) .
Thanks again for being our guide. You are the best!
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From: Sheila JI LAN
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... up a basket full. Now with painful feet it was time to head home with a fresh slice of melon from a street vendor and relax. Back in the comfort of 161 we both took off our shoes and put our feet up for the rest of the night. I headed down to the chilled cafe, were their playlist contain classics such as 'Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer', 'The Muffin Man' and 'Silent Night', (what a mix!) to catch up on my diary writing. So much has happened and we've got a long way to go ...
... of going as far as we could. We succeeded and climbed to the sixth watchtower in about 45 minutes. Coming back down was much easier but still tricky with the steps closest to the handrail worn by over 600 years tread worn. We celebrated our victory with a cold beer at the bottom. After an early dinner, we returned to the hotel for a traditional Chinese massage. It was bliss! Just the think after such a strenuous ...
... then went to lunch.
Then I went back to my room and took a nap until I was awakened by people coming in my room at 3:30. I have a new roommate, Sarah, who is from Korea.
I read for awhile while she unpacked and got settled in. Tania lent me the autobiography of Ric************, and I started reading it last night. It's quite interesting.
Sarah and I then went down to dinner together ...
... photo and one man decided to talk to us in broken english (a bit too broken for me to understand, but he seemed friendly enough). All he wanted was an extended handshake and he seems pretty pleased with himself, so it all ended up working out for us.
Elizabeth and I went off to find the third fair with not but a subway station name and hope and we got a bit lost. We found a ping pong tournement that we watched briefly and then we went on ...