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... last time.
Final Good Byes
Aside from school, there were many good byes left on the list. On my last nine days in Foshan, each night I went out for food, drinks, football or whatever. All good people, and all lasting memories that made this trip a success. I listed the order of my evenings below.
- Saturday: Last night of drinking hard with the boys
· Sunday: Last match with team Guilo FC
... as Kerri has never actually stepped foot in Europe, let alone the UK. For her this is the beginning of a new adventure. For me, it is, in certain ways, an ending.
And so we decided to reward ourselves with one last fling with discovery, and see as much of India as we can in such a short time. After, as I said, 2 years living in the same place in China - the town of Shunde, Guangdong Province – just packing up and leaving was not as easy as we ...
... of why we couldn’t eat it. Whether we were 5 minutes late, too many customers in the restaurant, or too many people in our party, I was never served this hamburger and it served as a reminder just how inefficient and disorderly things here are.
Not much else to say here other than I am getting ready to get back home. I am seeing more and more how much I am going to miss this place after China being so good to me. Time is certainly flying by quickly ...
... was really impressed by her handy work. The music, was all in Chinese, and drinks were luke warm. It was as Chinese as you could get. The one down side was that the guys started to smoke and I literally found myself with a loss of air. I had to take a step outside just to get a few breaths and collect myself before returning back inside.
The night carried on as usual, and I came back home exhausted from a day of school and KTV. But although I was drowsy all ...
... next day I was keen to get back to Houjie at a reasonable time, so my plan was to go to the Liang Gardens and then get the bus home at lunchtime. The gardens were stunning - it was a family that owned them, so there were pretty pavilions and bridges and also some of their old rooms on show with antique furniture. It was quite a small area but a really nice way to spend a couple of hours, despite the loud children on a school trip running around! Huge red ...