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... won’t repeat. School closures here are rare, but happen occasionally during the typhoon season. They also lost the power at school one day last spring and had to bus the whole school to the science museum in another part of the city that still had power and AC – too hot to be without AC.
The American Thanksgiving was celebrated at school on Thursday and, since most of the teachers are American, it was a ...
... a guy on a corner for help. With lots of pointing, he got us in the correct direction. We were relieved to finally find the Ramada Pearl Hotel and it was a beauty! English at the front desk, beautiful room on the 18th floor with a fantastic view of the river and buildings and the softest bed we've had in China! We walked around looking for restaurant for supper - Tim needed western food, but none to be had so we ate at the hotel in the California Cafe and had a ...
... lunch. This is his second year teaching here and we met him in the summer. He took us to a Mongolian Barbeque restaurant – another neat experience and really tasty. This afternoon we left Hong Kong to make our way to Shekou where 3 QSI schools are meeting for 2 days of Professional Development. Once across the Chinese border we were back to very little English, but the subway system is very good and 22 stops later we were in the area of the hotel. ...
... and, although I don’t know if I get great bargains, I feel I get fair value prices. I got a new purse (Chinese brand), a mini-speaker, a wallet, and sunglasses. Tim got a new pair of prescription Oakley sun glasses. They can test your eyes on the spot and have the prescription ready in 20 minutes! No need to be an optometrist here!
This week is our 20th wedding anniversary – yes, 20 years! So we’re going to Hong Kong for the ...
... 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 ...