Dongguan Exhibition International Hotel
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Hard to believe, but Tim and arrived in China 5 months ago today – another 5 months and we'll be finished teaching for the year! There were a few changes to start the new year. In our neighbourhood, a few new businesses and shops have popped up. It’s amazing how quickly the can happen. At school, we have all new yellow school buses because of a new law that came into effect. They look official and are probably safer than the vans, but traffic still ...
... and outdoor toilets. I was unsure about cycling because I don’t like traffic and no helmets but I’m so glad I went. I had a couple of near collisions because of bad brakes, but Tim protected my backside!
That evening we attended the most unique concert I’ve ever seen. It was an outdoor venue which seats 3000; the stage is a lagoon of water and the backdrop is a series of the “mountains” lit up ...
We awoke to a sunny blue sky on Christmas morning, as every day had been during our trip. We exchanged Christmas cards and I prepared a special breakfast – stuffed French Toast with fresh strawberries. Yummy! We didn’t know how quiet it would be on the streets and, although not normal traffic, people were on the move. We drove down to Kings Park, a jewel along the coast in downtown Perth. We joined hundreds ...
... asked if they could bring in some “snacks” so we ended up with Korean sushi (no fish) for the class, a tiramisu (Brazilian mom) and a variety of candies and chocolates with a sea salt lemonade for each kid.
To celebrate making it to Christmas, Tim and I went for a “foot massage” after school yesterday. The place that was closed down for illegal activity beside the school has been renovated ...
... Some of the ex-pat restaurants were offering a Thanksgiving dinner for $30 a plate – we were thinking of going, but just too tired. I did see 1 frozen turkey for sale – about 10-12lbs, for $100. As we’ve said, you can get most anything here, but you’re going to pay top dollar for it.
Lots of excitement at school this week with the preparations for the Winter Wonderland Fair that was held ...