Daysun Park Hotel
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... shell and closer to the audience in order to stop the sound from becoming too boomy. With plenty of time to rehearse this afternoon we felt comfortable by performance time and did the best concert of the tour to date.
We met the NZ Consulate General briefly after the concert and she spoke very kindly of our performance and was clearly proud to have representatives of New Zealand in her adopted city.
... network in general.
We were picked up at the station by the Guangzhou Opera House Coach – clearly we’re important ;) – and arrived at the fabulous Donlord Hotel where we will spend 2 nights. Most
of the band headed out exploring. We haven’t had many opportunities to shop and sightsee so this was a great opportunity to do so.
While today is a day off for the band, it’s not the case for the Maori group. ...
Chinese liaison holds some VIP status at the bar, we were gifted with fruits,
nuts, sausages, and all sorts of various foods. I also had some preconceived notion
that I wouldn’t be doing any singing or anything of the sort, but after a few
drinks in, liquid confidence had swept me otherwise and I went on to lose my
I’ll add another post dedicated to food only because I’m surprised
at how often ...
... is so different. I’ll start by saying American Chinese food is a far cry from real Chinese food. I’ll also go on record on how blessed I am that the food here in the south is mostly sea food and mild, whilst up north, describing the food as extremely spicy would be an understatement. The one occasion I did try some northern food, I thought I burned my kidneys to ash.
More on the southern food, I am surprised how much vegetables people eat here. I feel ...
... our liaison, Jason, he is a native teacher who has helped guide us misfit foreigners these last few days. A sociable guy who’ll always ready for a good time.
My third roommate, Leon, is an Englishman who just might be the biggest man in China. Standing 6’3, and a well-built frame from his life hobby of rowing, walking with Leon gives me security in the middle of the night.
Other foreign teachers living in our apartment building include a couple ...