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... from students, to ceramics by Principal Jo. All were thoughtful and made me send another package home because I had no more room in my luggage.
Zac and Leon left for Hong Kong on Saturday leaving me alone for a few days before I left for China. In that time, I did some last minute shopping, a bit of cleaning, and few last meals with some very good friends. Outside of that, those days reminded me of what is to ...
... natural beauty. On the whole, the last two years have been some of the best of our lives.
And so it was with heavy hearts that we finally left, with little doubt that it will be the last time we say goodbye to China. One never knows and one should possibly not ever say never, but it seems unlikely that we will return.
Both Kerri’s and my class organized farewell parties for us. The kids sang songs for us, we played games, we were asked ...
... This was a traditional style Cantonese dessert, and one I very much enjoyed.
Later on, with cooler heads, we made out to Jane’s fishing village and took some time to rest up. She introduced us to her family and close friends and showed us around her fishing complex. It was simple, clean, and had everything one needed for a good time out with friends.
Once rested, she, along with who was a fishing master, drove us to a man-made fishing lake, and set us up for ...
... lighting a cig. All this built our expectations as we entered to the stadium holding 60,000 plus fans cheering their local team for the top spot on the standings.
The atmosphere was insane. We most definitely overpaid the face value of our tickets, but it was all worth it for the energy we felt entering the arena. We were lucky enough to get our tickets in the fan zone and there we were right in the middle of all the action as fans waved enormous flags, ...
... were some really amazing sculptures. I had a look around a ceramics museum and it gave me a bit more of an insight into Chinese culture and religion, with little sculptures of people going about daily life, emperors, and religious people such as monks. There was just so much to look at around the whole area, I spent a long time walking around. The most bizarre thing was a massive outdoor wall of toilets, called the 'toilet waterfall' - so random! They had a few ...