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Good fresh breakfast
Room clean though a little small.
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It is so long between my blog posts because I literally have nothing to talk about here. Life at the university and in this place follow a monotonous routine most days. Get up, go to uni, teach, plan, back to the apartments to go stir crazy till the next day when it all starts again.....I have never been surrounded by so many people and yet spend most of my time alone.
We have just started the last quarter at Uni for this academic year so yet again 2 new classes with ...
A travel day today. Sleep was a bit stunted with the time zone change of 7 hours a bit hard. I expect today may be a bit long. The heat and humidity has hit. 33 degrees in Guangzhou. Hotel breakfast was a large selection of European and Chinese food. English is definitely a distant language but the people do their best. They are all very nice and helpful and smile when speaking but at the airport most travellers are quite serious. ...
... stand tucked into a grotty alleyway and run by an old guy who walked bent over at almost a ninety degree angle. I was given a menu with a choice of around twenty different fruits and for 20,000 dong (about 60p) could choose any two fruits, hand my order to the guy written on a piece of paper and sit and wait on a crate along the alley wall while it was freshly prepared. I've yet to taste a smoothie that surpasses the ones from that alley and unsurprisingly I went there a lot during my ...
... centre where the sky bar is with lots of western shops. We spent quite a bit. I did manage to get some sunglasses that had some UV protection though as I'd lost mine in Burma and had been using fakes since. We went our separate ways after the shops and I went to the palace. Very disappointing. The building was damaged during the war and so was demolished and rebuilt in an artdeco style. It's one of the ugliest buildings I have ever seen. It also looks like an ...