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Dear faithful readers,
This is my final entry in my China blog series as I am now back in Canada! I apologize for the delay on this, but jetlag, a wedding, and relaxing at the lake have distracted me from writing since I've been back. During my last couple of weeks in China I had two more trips that I would like to tell you about.
Kaifeng is a city about an hour east of Shangqiu, where I was living, and though it is smaller than Shangqiu, Kaifeng is much more well-known and ...
... me a massive box of lychees! This amazing fruit from Guangdong that is everywhere at the moment.
I didn't have to leave until later on Sunday so I hung out at the guys, Cliadhna's, and Swinly and Penny's for my last few hours, trying to stay awake after a tiring week with little sleep. Then made my way to Guangzhou to get on a sleeper train to Zhangjiaije, which is where I am now. Beautiful place. It's gonna be a very exciting few ...
... the class so another full lunch with cake and finally Jeremy’s birthday with another cake and snacks!
Tim and I have enjoyed our own eating adventures. We went to another Chinese tea with some of the staff at a different hotel last Saturday with lots of delicious dishes. Rosa, the Korean translator and IE teacher at school invited 4 of us to her home for a traditional Korean meal – more delicious food ...
... ride around Houjie. The original aim of the bike ride was to find the temple in Houjie (which apparently exists although I'm not so sure any more), but 4 hours later and no temple in sight, I just did my own thing. Found some cool areas including a more rural area of Houjie with fields and chickens, and what looked like the posh area too. It was such a nice day so Catherine, Cliadhna and me sunbathed on the roof when I got back and then did some lesson ...
... seems like an exhausting journey and our shirts were soaking with sweat when we got back to the apartment today. The good thing is that we’ll be leaving in a little over 2 weeks, so I know we’ll make it!
Last Saturday was the Spring Fair at school and it was a resounding success. We raised over $4000.00 for the Nepal Earthquake Relief! Our school population is just 275 kids so families obviously spent a lot of ...