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... things, and returned back to the BBQ place for a long awaited dinner.
Exhausted from a long day out, we sat comfortable on our seats and ate the delicious BBQ food brought before us. That night we ate noodles, porridge, shrimp, clams, chicken wings, ribs, eggplant, and fish. All were spot on and cooked perfectly. Even with a full belly, I managed to still put more in my mouth. Many thanks goes out to Jane and her family for showing a great time in Shunde.
... Guangzhou Football Match
Last week, Zac, Leon and I decided to go see a Guangzhou football match on Friday. The match was against Shanghai, and both teams were ranked first and second in league standings. We left school and went directly to the stadium via metro in hopes of buying some tickets at the gate. And after some scary stories from the Katy Perry concert, we all had our guards up, a price ceiling set and a few parameters we wanted met. Having said ...
... Shiwan I got a bus back to the centre to visit the famous Zumiao Museum and Ancestral Temple. You can't go to Foshan and not see this! I spent in total about 4 hours in this place and it was the prettiest and also most interesting temple I have visited in China so far - I've visited a lot of temples so this is saying something! The carvings on the roofs were incredibly detailed and varied, and rather than just sporadic animal carvings the carvings went all the way ...
I will try to load the video of them jumping- it was quite spectacular, and I still don't know how they did it!
Dragons are a symbol of good luck in China, so people would put money in the dragons mouth, and then receive a gift. Some people also put their small babies into the dragons mouth- apparently it brings good luck!
It was my first ever dragon show, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
... to Chinese New Year, the entire school gets the month of February off. Zac and I have thus decided to take leave this month and explore South East Asia. I will be, for the first time, literally off the grid for a whole four weeks. I’ve yet to make a trip like this and I’ve done my best to ready myself. That includes: making a "tentative" month itinerary, print out all the flight information, book all the hostels, and budget my time abroad.