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We flew into Hong Kong on Monday and got the Go-Go bus back to Dongguan. That was an eerie experience. Even though Chinese New Year was last week, the city was still shut down. The usually busy sidewalks and jammed streets were empty. The garage style doors on most all the little businesses were pulled down – something we rarely see except early Sunday morning, and it was like that for the whole week according to the teachers who stayed for the ...
We have good WIFI in our room, but, as we learned, Facebook and anything Google is blocked in most of China. Also, Safari does not work. Natalie and I were able to buy a Chinese browser app, so we could use the internet, but Don wasn't able to because his phone is an android. We had the rice cakes and peanut butter that we had brought with us for breakfast and were out of the hotel just after 9:00 am. The streets ...
... everywhere, Guangzhou is pretty quiet in the morning. Granted it is only 8am right now, but it's just such a contrast to last night. After breakfast we decided we would try to get down to the Pearl River and do a day cruise. On the way we found the source of some intense drumming we'd been hearing for a fair chunk of the morning - at first we thought it was coming from a parked police van, but we soon realized there was a small Lunar New Year drum and ...
... eventually got on a bus that would drop us off near our hotel, but beyond that we weren't entirely sure what we were doing. Thankfully my mom had Pocket Earth all fired up and managed to get us there (though to be fair we did get some excellently timed directions from some fellow Anglophones). At this point we had now traveled for half a day on a plane, were staring jet lag in its cold dark eyes, and had ...
... our tickets, so we could show that we would be leaving on Saturday. I went to the currency exchange and got 1,132 yuan for 200 dollars US. We were planning to just get a taxi from the airport, but when we stepped out of the airport we saw some airport express buses. An agent directed us to the right one. It cost us 21 yuan each, or about 4 dollars each for the 40-kilometre ride into the city. We weren't sure which ...