Bishuiwan Hot Spring Holiday Inn
Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... then you drop coin into a slot in the outgoing automated patrician. Efficient and no waste of paper. Our first stop of the day the Beijing Lu pedestrian street. Online sites say that, "Beijing Lu is one of Guangzhou’s most famous pedestrian streets. It was once a road regularly used by government officials in ancient China. In the Centre of the street you will see two underground archeological sites showing that this road has existed here for nearly a thousand years." ...
... with their 43-day old infant for a 19-hour train ride! Someone is looking out for me, because before we start to move the husband asks if I'd mind switching cars- apparently they aren't seated together. I am now in a car with a super nice Canadian couple, Yvonne and Steve and their 7-year old son, Paul. They treat to a delicious dinner in the dining car (I didn't yet exchange any Yuen) and we play rummy until bedtime. After a semi-restful sleep ...
What a dramatic day of soccer with some great weather!
Due to seeding, our boys entered the playoffs in 3rd place and unfortunately had to face RCHK in the first round. Despite the odds, our team took an early 1-0 lead on the goal by Bruno Novo. RCHK scored late in the 2nd half to tie it up and send the game to extra time. RCHK broke the stalemate in extra time to take the win. Goalkeeper ...
... school with goals coming from Kylisha Kiat, Marika Veith, Niki Leonardos, Kristy Lo, Morgan Tonner. Well done girls!
Tomorrow our boys have an important game against HKA to determine seeding in the playoffs. Our girls are also guaranteed a spot in the playoffs. Tomorrow's games should be exciting!
... positions but kept the pressure on as Kristy Lo added the insurance goal to make it 4-0 for their first win of the tournament! Well done girls!
The schedule for the rest of the day and will be (depending on weather)
2:00 TIS Boys vs. UISZC Boys
3:00 TIS Girls vs. RCHK Girls
5:00 TIS Girls vs. UISZC Girls
6:00 TIS Boys vs. AIAN Boys