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The semester is reaching a mid-point and with that comes exams. I’ve gone easy on most of my kids. It’s just my grade six, who everyone else despises, I’ve gone *******. I know it’s unfair to punish these kids as I do, but if I give them any freedom they immediately take it as an invitation to ******** for the rest of the class. So in return, I’ve decided to lay down the hammer and just go really ******* these ...
... of boxes/ packers/ sprukers.. some willing to sell just "one" pair.. others not! Another lot of "must buy later" items noted!
The day just goes on and on.. more streets to roam.. more items to ooh & ahh at..more local areas and people to see..
As the most important centre of foreign commerce in South China..the city has hosted the twice yearly Import and Export fair( the Canton Fair) since 1957
when these events are held the city swells ...
... in China. There’s a train every fifteen minutes or so and each
one is full, and generally they are bang on time. In China huge amounts of
people are travelling. This is China organization at its best.
Once at Shenzhen you have to walk through the huge modern
station up some steps and toward the border and passport control. But before
you get there you enter another world. It’s really bizarre; you walk from the
big modern station into ...
... clap loudly to attract shoppers..loud music also trying to entice shoppers in. prices are actually unbelievably cheap..
Closer to our hotel is Haizhu Square,where it seems as if all of China's factories have set up store fronts.. toys/ electronics/ lighting.. some of the chandeliers are amazing. soft furnishings..Next is the local shopping area Beijing Road..This is the main shopping thoroughfare, a pedestrian street ...
... even a "best of" airplane food? It all looks indistinguishable to me. ) And then got on my first flight to Guangzhou, China. I arrived there 14 hours later, with a 2 hour layover in the airport, just enough time for a few cigerettes in the "smoking room" ( more like a crammed and stinky smoking box, but hey, I can't really complain. ) and a few drinks and dim sum. Next plane ride, 7 hours to ...