Tianjin Wanyuan Longshun Holiday Resort
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... the staff mostly without the use of an interpretator, we decided Table Football. Eventually the manager showed an secured us a room for the night.
Once we dumped our bags we began our exploration of the city.
Not far from the hostel was a wee market which seemed that every stall was selling the exact same thing. After a while exploring and receiving some interesting 'compliments' from a shopowner, we decided to make our way to ...
... see his play area, his crib, and
his friends. It was so reassuring to see and know that his orphanage
was a good, clean, loving place to live. They had so much stuff for the
kids to do and even Hailey was jealous of the play area they got to
have. Jaden was great through the whole tour. He was quiet and very
content to hang out in Lorilee's arms.
we went back to the hotel to check in and then head to the grocery
... out the name of it so I can try to find it back home. This evening we were introduced to a little hole in the wall bar/hang-out called Indie. A young couple owns it. The girl is from here,in China, and the guy is from Canada. They are so warm and friendly and made Lizy and I feel at home. There are people that come there regularly and they are from all over the world; Greece, Columbia, Latvia, the USA, Canada, Great Britain, France and many ...
... in Bangkok we were off to the condo. The Nobel refine. We went for a quick walk which turned out to be several drinks and sports bar and a dance club. It was pretty quiet out. Our two caretakers Anna and suzie kept the boys entertained. Anna gave me a "shutdown Bangkok" wrist band and spilled the bar secrets. She was fun... But I guess it's her job to make sure we have fun... And probably the boys more than me. Great first night! ...
That would sound like a nice day trip to another china city... But it's not. It's for a middle school girls volleyball tournament. And in china, it doesn't matter how early you leave for a tournament, something inevitably holds you up, like traffic, accidents, getting lost or even the pollution. Today it was the latter. Stuck in traffic for over an hour as the toll gate was closed to "fog" and poor driving conditions. The tournament has been cancelled as ...