Baihua Resort Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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As I'm writing we’re having yet another thunder and lightning storm with torrential rain. The weather forecast every day for the last 2 weeks has been the same; change of thunder showers. It hasn’t thundered every day but the reason for the forecasts is evident. The high temperatures and humidity are back and it’s now "stinking hot" – up to 40 with the humidity. What used to be a comfortable walk to the wet ...
... my equilibrium. Next Saturday is the Spring Fair and I’m on the organizing committee. The principal and I convinced the parent group that we should be donating the profits to a charity so the proceeds will go to the Nepal Earthquake Relief. We just finished our last set of parent teacher interviews yesterday AND we’ve written our last student narratives – comments about each child in all subjects – Alleluia!!! Now ...
One of the things we've learned about living in China, is that you don’t become complacent. After 8 months living here, we’re very comfortable with our immediate surroundings and daily routines, but there are still things that surprise us or make us shake our heads in wonder. I’ve had a leak in the ceiling of my classroom for the last 3 weeks. When I first noticed the water on the floor I told the school staff and ...
... together. It was a “first”, so some glitches, but we did learn how to make dumplings and played an interactive game. We’d never been to this village before and will try to go back some Saturday – it was really neat.
We hear the snow is melting fast, but not too fast which is a blessing. Today it’s 37 with the humidity here so the AC will be my best friend in the weeks to come.
Till next time,
Helen & Tim ...
... a hike. We could see the waterfall from the resort, but couldn't tell if it was actually a waterfall or just a big scar on the mountain, as it didn't seem to be moving at all.
When we arrived, it was a real waterfall, and there was a very good, solid path of 4099 steps to the reservoir near the top. To get to the very top was 9999 steps - we had less than 2 hours to be back at the bus, so only went to the reservoir.