Celeste Palace Hotel

Address: No.22 Gangkou 1st Road, Pengjiang District, Jiangmen, Guangdong, 529051, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Pengjiang District area of Jiangmen.
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Travel Blogs from Jiangmen

Already November

A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Nov 02, 2014

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... for the first time. Both
highlighted what was a miserable trip to Guangzhou.


On Friday, Shubham, our Indian coworker, invited us to the fourth
floor to celebrate the Dewali Festival. Other than the fact it was a holiday to
cook some curry, our host could not tell us much more about it. Howbeit, we
still had a good time as our hosts, Shabhum and Nathan, invited some other
people to join us for some curry and drinks.


Dongsheng Organic Farm

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Oct 26, 2014

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... had taken The Very Hungry Caterpillar as the book to read. It was very popular with all the age groups - one 13 year old boy read it aloud to me with great expression, and he thought it was quite funny!

The lunch was more like a banquet - at one stage we had the plates of food tiered 3 high to try and fit them all on the table! There were 2 quite chatty teenagers at my table, and a younger girl who was a little shy, but kept smiling at me. Very cute! We had some ...

2 Months In

A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Oct 20, 2014

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... Karaoke only to return at about 4 in the morning.

Looking back on it, the experience last Friday is exactly what I came to China for. Teaching, for all intents and purposes is merely a mask for ambitions to become a part of the Chinese community and Friday was a good example of doing so.


I am starting to get the hang of teaching and no longer fear finishing classes too early without any extra material or kids running about making all kinds of ruckus. ...

Biking at Da Fu Shan

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Oct 15, 2014

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... there must have been thousands of bikes for hire.

I can't imagine how awful it would be to arrive and find not many bikes left - if everyone was in the park, on a bike, you would barely be able to move!

We had a nice meander round, and one of the girls tried to learn to ride. It's not a given for Chinese people, similar to swimming isn't. If they don't live near ...

The Week Before Holiday

A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Sep 27, 2014

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... on the pitch, the fact of playing under the lights still has a certain effect.

The pith itself was better than I expected. When I asked around, everyone talked down about the field, saying it was too hard, there are rocks scattered, and or the grass was too long. It so happens, I found the pitch to be quite satisfactory. Even without proper football boots, my Nike running shoes did the job just fine.

Also worth ...