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I head to Guangzhou with no real plan. I'm not sure there is much to do in the city as I only know it as a gateway to Hong Kong and ground zero for expats teaching English in China. I've come to meet friends but need to find something to do to kill time while they are at work. I've been told there is a little island easily accessible, full of old colonial buildings and picturesque walks. I begin making plans to check ...
After a few months in, faces are starting to get more
familiar. Going out to pubs, dinners and football, you start to familiarize with
the community and who’s who. Unfortunately, and I probably shouldn’t say this, but
most of the foreigners are rather forgettable. I’m sadly underwhelmed with the
crop living here in Foshan. I won’t get into details, but I’ll wrap by saying I’ll
be making efforts to explore ...
... Karaoke only to return at about 4 in the morning.
Looking back on it, the experience last Friday is exactly what I came to China for. Teaching, for all intents and purposes is merely a mask for ambitions to become a part of the Chinese community and Friday was a good example of doing so.
I am starting to get the hang of teaching and no longer fear finishing classes too early without any extra material or kids running about making all kinds of ruckus. ...
... by a sorcerer that it was the omen of a new emperor. To subdue this omen, Zhu Liangzu ordered this tower to be built in 1380. Over the past 600 years, the tower has been destroyed five times and set up five times. Now it is the Guangzhou Museum, housing relics and documents showing Guangzhou's history over 2, 000 years. Known as the first tower in Lingnan (South of Nanling Mountain) Area, Zhenhai Tower now is 28 meters (91.9 feet) high and 16 meters (52.5 feet) ...
... food. We ended up at a Pizza place where people were doing Shi Sha, aka hookah - smoking flavoured tobacco through bubbling water via a big long pipe. You could get different fruits to flavour it - watermelon, apple, peach etc. It looked really odd, but people seemed to be enjoying it!
Fri was the last day together, so we headed off to the Baiyun cable car and had lunch at the top of the mountain. It was pretty good, although ...