Yulong International Hotel
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... a good idea. I checked back with Mah a few times, asking what he thought and he wouldn’t give a clear answer, which was best because the concept is supposed to be mine, not what I want the teacher to like. Finally I got the poster to a level we both agreed was acceptable at about 9:30 and I put it on the flash drive, along with my artist statement and he put it onto his computer. Now there was nothing for me to do except get ready for the day prepping the gallery ...
... rehearsal around 8pm and headed back to the hotel for drinks and dinner. By the time we were ready to eat in the fancy restaurant upstairs the kitchen had closed so we went back down to the lobby restaurant. Unfortunately I made the mistake of going to the buffet instead of the a la carte menu. Miscalculation. Fingers crossed I'll get to sample the famous Beijing (formerly Peking) duck before we ...
... kids when there was spare time then led the evening activities as well.... Ha half way through the week I mentioned to Kyle that I could probably name about 90% of the kids! that's quite a few out of 60 haha , he then refused to believe it and went and told the teachers who again mocked me and didn't believe me.... It ended up with the teachers lining up all the kids in one long line on the slipway and me going across all the them, naming all but 4!!! Boom! Haha, ...
... friends locally and had beer & burgers at the local bar called Frost, it's full title is Frost Coffee, Nails, Cocktails & Waxing, what more could you want! Finished our evening at our regular F1 bar before wandering home.
Sunday, a nice lazy morning then we tried a new place near us that had just opened - it wouldn't have been out of place in a trendy London street, a big space of shabby chic, stone floors, industrial ceilings with pretty crystal chandaliers, ...
... at 3.50 each you cant really complain!
We then headed to the Pearl Market, expecting a ancient underground market. More like the Frenchgate centre. The stall people shout you and follow you if you look at anything. Very pushy and puts you off buying anything. It was all rubbish anyway although I did buy some 'pearls'
FRain had been forcast so the usual streetfood stall wasnt there. We thought about braving a restaurant but with no english or pictures we ...
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