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... 8211; the very friendly doggie in the picture with her owner. We meet in the mornings and she runs over and plops down for a belly rub. She’s going to have her first litter in 2 weeks so it’s quite exciting.
Tim and I treated ourselves to a trip to Guangzhou yesterday. The area around the train station is very trendy and has a cosmopolitan feel. We had lunch at our favourite restaurant in China and my meal, featured ...
... the food market, which is the best place for street food in Houjie. It was the first time I'd had dinner there as we eat in the school canteen on weekdays. It's such an awesome place in the evening; there are loads of different stalls doing hotpots, BBQs, dumplings, stir-frys, and other tasty foods, and they set out chairs and tables across the whole market. I went for some BBQ food which was quite spicy and really good. They like spice here! Can't wait to try ...
... I found practically inedible, but down here it was really really tasty (I actually missed the Chinese breakfast over this weekend!). Every day they have these steamed buns called baoze (not sure if that's the right pinyin spelling), which I love so much. Each day of the week I have 4 classes to teach, plus on Monday I have an extra class called VIP class, with the 20 students who are best at English in the year. It's a pretty long day, but teaching is really ...
... and the thing I love most is that along all the hallways and the stairs are inspirational quotes in both Chinese and English... things like 'Do everything in love'. It's really sweet and I love reading them as I walk to my classes, there are so many that I can see new ones every day. Also our school is 5 minutes walk from our apartment which is wonderful, and they have piano practise rooms which I'm excited to make use of.
We were shown to our office which ...
... mom came to school Monday and was obviously emotionally upset. She left that afternoon, sent a “cryptic” email to the principal and hasn’t been seen since. Tim doubled up his IE class to cover hers (still just 14 kids) for the rest of the week. The word (unconfirmed) yesterday was that the family has left the county and a new person has been hired to fill her place.
No new excursions or trips for us lately. Last Saturday we ...