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... observed Pink Shirt Day and did anti-bullying activities at the different levels. That was neat since it started in NS. This week is Book Week with activities each day. Tim’s voice is one of the secret sound bites reading a Dr. Zeus extract that the kids have to guess. And yes, besides all these extra activities, we’re still plodding through our curriculum which has to be mastered! The third progress report goes out this Friday.
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... the monkeys swinging, climbing and jumping into a pool of water was hilarious and I'll try to upload a video of them. After the zoo, we took the metro to the area closer to our hotel to see the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees. By now it was getting dark and we were beat. We went back to the hotel and were so tired that we just had a few snacks and went to bed. We would have to be up about 5:00 am to get to the ...
... situation) and then my fear of heights just kicked into overdrive and that coupled with the prices themselves made us decide against going up the tower (and, again, the fog and haze didn't help much; how much would we really have been able to see up there anyway?). We walked around and found a tourist center, where we got a city map. We figured we would make our way across the river and head towards some other sites and attractions, but first we needed a ...
This is close to the most tired I've ever been, but we have finally made it to Guangzhou and are currently sitting in a decidedly random restaurant along Beijing Road, which is largely a massive pedestrian shopping street. After we got to the airport, immigration and baggage claim were relatively easy - once we were outside and away from the multilingual safety of the airport, things got predictably more ...
We are in Guangzhou after a 12 1/2 hour flight - enough time to watch four movies and have two meals! I spent a little time studying Khmer (the Cambodian language) and napped a little bit. Going through immigration, we were directed to the "Special" line since we were staying in Guangzhou for a couple of nights. You can stay without a visa for up to 72 hours, so long as you have proof of when your exit will be. We ...