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Travel Blogs from Foshan
... Once the stock sale starts people can't seem to get at them fast enough. It seems within minutes the shelves are picked clean. I turn the corner in an attempt to escape the madness and I am confronted with the hoards descending on a tea exhibitor. Like the candy booths the vultures have picked it clean within minutes.
I head back to the textiles section and find myself some deals to be had. ...
... elsewhere in China.
Although the school bought a load of candy for its students,
I made an extra effort to get even more for my students. It was originally supposed
to be enough for all my classes, but because my Grade 6 have been extra cheeky the
last few weeks, I decided to give their spoils my remaining two classes. The
kids received the treats well and it was well worth the 150 RMB to see all them
enjoy an early treat.
What a busy Sunday at school - there was the visit to the Chimelong Safari Park that I had visited prior to creating a lesson plan and task sheet, and I was also asked to go to a marketing event in Dagang at an organic farm.
I was initially disappointed not to be going back to the safari park, as I really enjoyed my first visit there, but the farm was also a good day.
Being a marketing event, the focus was on wooing potential client families rather than a real-world ...
... the school is making a big effort to do this Halloween thing right. They have spent quite a lot of money and time into preparation for the cherished holiday and have put the responsibility squarely onto the foreign teacher’s shoulders. Accordingly, I’ve since been playing the same Halloween songs in each of my classes and have now grown weary of teaching what a vampire is and what a witch can do.
Sometimes after we would ...
October 19th and 20th 2014
Shanghai to Guangzhou to Bali
We packed up and ventured to the hotel restaurant. As with every nice hotel in China, breakfast was around $25. We walked two blocks and found a coffee shop where we enjoyed fresh croissants and cappuccino for $5 pp. We then checked out and grabbed a cab heading for the Shanghai Airport. Our destination today was Guangzhou. We had to arrive and depart China via Guangzhou ...