V8 Hotel (Guangzhou Xilang)
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... We thought we had hit the jackpot because we found a double tube abandoned. We tossed it into the lazy river and did a relaxing loop. It was a little nervy when you passed through an 'ice tunnel' with lit up lights on the roof and lit up snow flakes except there was this little sign that says 'risk of electrocution- no splashing' which was funny because everyone was splashing and also funny because the sign was displayed only within the short tunnel except if a fault occurs ...
... believe we have been here for 2 weeks and that our trip is coming to an end. This has been such a fun experience. We have traveled to so many places, met great people, and have seen a lot of things we never would have before. I'm very sad to leave, but I also really want to eat American food again. Give me a freaking taco. What did we learn? Going to China once was good. Going to China twice was even better! Going to China a third time...stay ...
... of the games. The stadium has never been used since the games and is now a place that tourists visit. Also near by was a fountain that was choreographed to music and a museum. The museum had a display on North American Indians :-) In this area, Jim was surrounded by a group of teenagers that wanted to get their picture with him. Seems I married a rock star... We left Guangzhou to fly to Guilin (pronounced gway lyn). Mia ended up with headache but was a ...
... seeing some of the sights, and certainly the size, of the city.
Late morning we went for a wander to Zhongcunzhen, the little village across the road from me, and had a walk in the sunshine and warmth before getting lunch at a random restaurant. The young lad who might have been our waiter, stood and watched Carol & Don eat their meal - occasionally he would do something, like take the plate of ...
... both orphanages, the girls were called by their Chinese names. We were greeted by the Doctor, the Nurse (both cared for Hannah), the Director and another Assistant Director. A special part of the meeting happened when they told us this was the Doctor that gave Hannah her Chinese name, which means strong and beautiful. This was a special moment for us and we told him that he had named her well! They asked questions of Hannah and answered our questions. This portion ...