Grand Mercure Dongguan Houjie by ACCOR
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... too big to jump so you just walk through – soaking feet. The last annoyance are the crazy Chinese drivers, especially the taxi drivers, who never slow down and in the rainy conditions, that means a spray or a wall of water as they plow through the water welled up against the curbs – wet everything.
Both of us needed a haircut this week. Tim has been trying to find the cheapest place for a cut. Many of the places give you a long hair wash and massage, ...
... for about three weeks. With over 55,000 booths run by over 22,000 companies this is one of the biggest trade fairs in China if not the world. The show is broken down into three phases. The first week is mostly electrical, mechanical and building goods. The second week is home stuff, consumer products and gifts. Then the third week is pretty much everything else, clothing/textiles, shoes, medical/dental, recreation ...
... nothing to jiggle! I had lots to jiggle but just looked like a Shrek beside the others. Anyway, it did feel good exercising and I will go back.
We’re constantly amazed by the constant construction that is going on all around us. Businesses open and close at an alarming rate and major renos start right away, even on large, buildings. The "massage" place by the school has been gutted and redone. Everything is done with bags of cement and sand ...
What a busy Sunday at school - there was the visit to the Chimelong Safari Park that I had visited prior to creating a lesson plan and task sheet, and I was also asked to go to a marketing event in Dagang at an organic farm.
I was initially disappointed not to be going back to the safari park, as I really enjoyed my first visit there, but the farm was also a good day.
Being a marketing event, the focus was on wooing potential client families rather than a real-world ...
... this time, so I could learn how it's done. The goal was to visit the Ikea store which we did and it was another eye-opening experience - the people. The other teachers are staying long term and it's the best place to get furniture. I got some kitchen stuff I was missing, namely a potato masher - extremely rare here and a garlic press. That trip turned into an 8 hour venture, but made it back safe and sound. Tim went for a long run ...