On Feb 6th 2012 Kerry Parkside hosted the biggest Super Bowl party in Shanghai, with a confirmed 450 people attending. 11 Guy-Tais bought a table together and attended this once a year extravaganza. The doors opened at 6:30 and Kick off started at 7:30. Ronny and David were the first to arrive and went straight for the Mimosa's. Chris strolled in just before 7 and the rest arrived between 7 and kick off. There was a great breakfast spread offered with protein: eggs any style, bacon with and without clenbuterol, sausages, cheeses; the ever popular carbs: pancakes, waffles, a variety of breads and pastries, all sorts of cereals, a variety of potato dishes, and lots of fruit choices; and last but most important free flowing beverages: lots of juice choices, mimosa's, and craft beer from the BREW, you had the option to buy mixed drinks. The Kerry did an excellent job setting up the food stations, and everyone at our table had seconds and some went up for fourths.
The Guy Tai committee would like to thank Francisco Marin for organizing the excellent Mexican lunch and Tequila tasting at Mi Tierra restaurant November 25th. The seventeen Guy Tai who attended were treated to a frosty beer or marguerita (or two), a great lunch and to close the afternoon an informative and tasty lecture on the various kinds of tequila and how best to enjoy the drink.
The NFLX is coming so maybe you'd like to pop into the website and have a look http://www.nflchina.com/eng/2011nflx/.
Saturday, December 3rd 2011
Meeting and departure: 17.00 pm at Juergen Laske (check with the guy tai's in your area)
Transfer with taxi / private car to No.809 Zaoyang Road, (Chang Feng Park)
See also: http://www.kartingchina.com/contact.htm
The race track is booked for us from 18:30 to 19:30 pm!
Dinner: 20.00 pm Japanese All-u-can-eat-n-drink at Teppanyaki table
The costs for race track and dinner will be shared (approx 600 RMB)
Open end .....
On Friday October 14, six GuyTais headed out to the Lingshan Grand Buddha near the town of Wuxi. The Buddha is 88 metres high and is one of the largest Buddha statues in China. It weighs over 700 tons. The site includes a "Five-signets" Palace and a Brahma Palace. The Brahma Palace is stunningly beautiful inside and includes a show. There is also a fountain display in the grounds of the site with the water playing on a revolving statue of a baby Buddha with haunting Tibet music. A truly stunning place and a great GuyTai day out!