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... shell and closer to the audience in order to stop the sound from becoming too boomy. With plenty of time to rehearse this afternoon we felt comfortable by performance time and did the best concert of the tour to date.
We met the NZ Consulate General briefly after the concert and she spoke very kindly of our performance and was clearly proud to have representatives of New Zealand in her adopted city.
... network in general.
We were picked up at the station by the Guangzhou Opera House Coach – clearly we’re important ;) – and arrived at the fabulous Donlord Hotel where we will spend 2 nights. Most
of the band headed out exploring. We haven’t had many opportunities to shop and sightsee so this was a great opportunity to do so.
While today is a day off for the band, it’s not the case for the Maori group. ...
... to be a day of prep for the coming classes, of which no advice was
given. We were, so to speak, left to sink or swim without warning a flood was on
its way. I of course am exaggerating the point, but I think my feelings came
Anyways, lucky for me, our first few classes were introductory
ones. Easier said than done, I spend much time on PowerPoint, only to have
whatever listeners I had cheer and scream to the pictures I added. The ...
... taste. The outdoor bar we decided to drink was not lacking in stray cats, had a hole for a toilet, and beer, that when converted, came out to $0.50 per bottle. Soon once we arrived, returning foreign teachers met with their old friends and we soon had a party of ten to fifteen people. The other teachers came from all over, but from what I remember there was a man from Philippines, another from Australia, and a women from Jamaica. Later that night, after a few dollars of beer, ...
... school is but 5 minutes away. Continuing down the road, after weaving through its alleys, there exists an enormous flee market. Endless supplies of counter-fit goods one can only imagine: clothes, watches, shoes, food, etc., etc. All in the shabbiest of conditions. My favorite, however, would have to be the food section, particularly the meat isle. There, my eyes remain wide as one can buy live: chickens, frogs, snails, shrimp, fish, water snakes, and who knows what else. The respective ...