Yingfeng Huanqiu Hotel
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... for 4 straight hours. Tim and I put on quite the show with our cupcake walk and there was a lot of hard selling at first, especially since a lot of the adults don’t speak English. We were exhausted by the end, but one of my mothers had made a tiramisu for us to bring home (she makes THE best!) so that helped with our recovery.
Just 2 more weeks till our winter break. We finish our second reporting period ...
... expo to the hotel and the race start. We also had all the place names written out in Chinese characters because you need a back-up plan. We left Saturday morning and pleased to say the trip went smoothly. We notice a group of runner from Hong Kong coming out the train station so we started following them, thinking they were heading to the Expo. I exchanged a few words and actions (Mime is great) . The group stopped at a hotel so we kept going on our own. About 5 min. ...
... leaving Friday at 5. We figured it would take us 1 ½ hours to get there, go through customs and then the train to Hong Kong. Our ETA was 8:00 but it was 10:30 before we got to our hotel. The trip to Shenzhen took 3 hours because of incredible traffic and an accident. The drivers here have to be seen to be believed. By the time we got to the border crossing we were 2 of hundreds going to HK so that took another hour. Thankfully, once on the HK ...
... was the lighting display on the second floor – room after room of the largest, most spectacular chandeliers I have ever seen- bigger than Versailles! I could only wonder- who buys these and where do they live? So many things about living in Dongguan are incongruent with my expectations.
Last night was the first night we slept without any air conditioning on. We’re now wondering just how cold it will be in the apartment because we don’t have ...
... a stream of Chinese people walking with their shopping carts – that was unusual at 6;30 on a Sunday morning so I turned and followed the trail and ended up at a huge green market. I’d say it was like a middleman market where the big bins of produce arrived from the countryside and vendors from the wet markets were buying, as well as individuals. So there were carts, bikes, mini wagons and trucks all trying to work their way down the market. I ...