Lung Chuen International Hotel
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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 woman in the bike shop and she recommended a restaurant for lunch, so I headed there. Got excited when I saw a picture of what looked like spaghetti bolognaise on the menu, for a very cheap price, so I ordered it... it turned out to be nothing like spaghetti bolognaise, and it tasted really weird! Not sure what it was at all, I ate half to be polite and then just picked up a snack after. After a gym session I had a nice wander around Houjie on the bike, ...
As I am writing this I am already in my second week of teaching. We have 18 weeks working here I think and I can already tell my time here is going to go very fast. I'll talk a bit about my first week of teaching and also settling into Houjie.
So I woke up at 7am on Monday morning and we were at the school before half 7 to have breakfast. I was introduced to the fact that a breakfast of noodles and dumplings actually could be delicious - the breakfast ...
... translate sometimes!
After being shown around the school, and grabbing some dinner at the canteen (the food is so much better than from the canteen in Beijing, luckily!), we had a lot of lesson planning to do that weekend so we made a start. We had been invited on a school trip on the Sunday so we had to get it done quickly! On Sunday we made our way to the school, the plan being a bike ride around a nearby lake (I can't remember the name). We squeezed into one ...
... and have been living here for 4 years. I admire them because they have a functional knowledge of Chinese which I know I will never have. We were chatting about things we find interesting here – lots of funny stories. I commented on the dressy clothes and shoes a lot of the women wear and they shared a word they’ve coined to describe it – prosti-chic, and that’s it! I can’t describe it but you can use your imaginations!