Gladden Hotel Shilong
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... so marks and comments have to be in this week. Tim and I are going to Western Australia for 2 weeks. We’ll be driving along the coast the first week and then in and around Perth for the second week. We wanted to be somewhere "western" for Christmas where English is spoken and the Christmas traditions observed. It will be the start of their summer, so no cool temperatures there.
I “decorated’ ...
... the same guy caught up with us and walked with us to the Expo - a good thing because we would have had a very difficult time finding it ourselves. The registration was well organized but hardly anything for sale. There was 1 booth that was selling gels. Tim was thankful for that! The other hitch was when we came out of the subway station to get to the hotel. We were at a big intersection and no idea which way to go. We've learned to save maps as images on our devices and ...
... a taxi but the driver didn’t know the hotel so that was the most confusing part of the trip. We found a western restaurant for supper so that restored our equilibrium.
Next weekend is Tim’s marathon so I’m sure there will be some stories to share after that.
The weather here is in the low 20s - so very comfortable for us. I know Montague had 10cm of snow this week. We’re not missing that!
Until next update, take ...
... and, although I don’t know if I get great bargains, I feel I get fair value prices. I got a new purse (Chinese brand), a mini-speaker, a wallet, and sunglasses. Tim got a new pair of prescription Oakley sun glasses. They can test your eyes on the spot and have the prescription ready in 20 minutes! No need to be an optometrist here!
This week is our 20th wedding anniversary – yes, 20 years! So we’re going to Hong Kong for the ...
... milk tea for each student! A lot of kids (120 of them) signed up for a Kids Night Out after school that they paid to attend. Teachers handed out treat from their classrooms as the older kids brought them around in groups. Kids here don’t trick or treat because everyone lives in apartments. The school had brought in treats from the US (little chocolate bars) with a stern warning to the teachers NOT to eat the treats because they had been counted and ...