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Hope March is coming in like a lamb for all of you storm battered Maritimers! There are definite signs of spring here in Dongguan: many more birds chirping, new flowers in bloom, a big dead bug on our balcony and the big frogs are croaking in the gardens.
We started back to school on Wednesday so it was a short week. Funny, after you're back to work for a couple of days, your trip seems so long ago! Boracay was a beautiful tropical destination with lots ...
... quiet and places didn't start opening until around 10:00. From street vendors, we bought some roasted chestnuts and a few pieces of durian, a large, thorn-husked fruit known as the "king of fruits". We had decided to head to the Pearl River, which was just a few blocks away from our hotel. The day was warm, somewhere in the twenties, but, just like yesterday, very hazy. We got on one of the several ferries ...
... green spiky fruit (it looked somewhat like a durian?) that a woman was cutting up and putting into styrofoam containers. There were also sugarcane juicing stations and what looked like roasted sweet potatoes but we decided to pass those up this time. When we finally made it to the river we had a bit of a struggle figuring out how or when the boats ran, but eventually we found a ticket booth and the ladies there made sure we knew where we were going and ...
... about 20 minutes through a city we don't know with all our luggage. Needless to say I was becoming progressively more light-headed. That being said, it was incredibly cool to finally see a part of China, and the area near our hotel is totally decked out in Lunar New Year decorations. I hope I will be able to appreciate them all the more tomorrow after I've had a chance to get a proper sleep. Time for some ...
... should get off at, but I was using Pocket Earth so I was tracking where we were. We were about a kilometre from where our hotel would be when the bus stopped by a park and the bus driver indicated we had to get off. There were taxis waiting at this park, but we couldn't fit into one, so we decided just to walk. We walked along an interesting market street with numerous little alleys that were all closed up for the ...