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... Hutong style, and which is expanding every time I go there), right up to the Zhonghua Gate which I have been to before, but now they have opened it up so you can walk along it. The only sad thing was that at the Zhonghua Gate there used to be a park where all the birdmen congregated, letting their birds fly up and come back to them, but it is now a car park for all the huge cars of the rich. A lovely day and a beautiful walk.
... The kids had an Easter Egg hunt at school on Friday, but searched for plastic eggs. They traded their plastic ones in for one, small, chocolate egg. The Year 3’s walked to a nearby hotel and did some egg painting, which will be sold off for a charity. The Aussie Easter Bunny visited with a modest amount of eggs (at least he came at all) - and that was Easter for us.
Today was the first time that I actually felt home-sick (just a bit). I loved ...
... things for the house, Sam and Lochie got a bedside table, a mat, and a pillow for a couch and a soft toy golden retriever each. Emma got a closet and a bedside table. (I got nothing). The next few days we spent building the things from IKEA.
Finally Monday had come, its now Sam’s first day at school. He’s in year 6, which means that ...
... from hot to cold every 10 minutes. Lochie won his sprint heats, but came second in his year 3 final. He is very disappointed that there is one Year 3 child who is faster than him (lucky this guy is a friend)!
Our house is in a fantastic part of Masterland – it is right across from the road from the Clubhouse (in the centre of the estate). The Clubhouse contains a table-tennis table, badminton courts, foosball tables, ...
... concerned about how we’ll manage the stairs if someone has a physical injury. I am now wondering why on earth I decided to bring my Stepper (exercise machine) to China.
Before shifting in we pointed out a few things that needed fixing to the landlord, but as we’re living in the house we’re finding more and more issues (ahhh - the joys of a rental property!). We discovered that the kids’ bathroom door lock is broken and if we had ...