Grand Mercure Dongguan Humen by ACCOR
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 8230; back to the cupcakes. We had to pack them all in plastic containers and I’m happy to say they all stayed safe.
The fair was at the other campus, just down the street a bit. In a matter of hours, the school was transformed into a Winter Wonderland. When we went over to set up our room, there were as many trees and wreaths and decorations as you’d see at a Canadian Tire store! That’s one of ...
... boy who entered looked up and spotted a mouse looking down on the cake from the open tile hole in the ceiling! We made sure there wasn't a crumb of cake left for him or any of his pals!!
This was Marathon weekend for Tim. As we've learned, you don't go anywhere without careful planning. The race was in Guangzhou, the massive city about an hour away from where we live. Tim poured over the on line subway maps so we knew the stops from the train station to ...
... and have been very successful. We had a great time with the students, all friendly and open and happy to chat. Sam in particulate had a wonderful time chatting with a young lady and telling her about the love of God and praying with her. Later that afternoon we were blessed to be in invited to Coco's (a lovely lady in the church) home and she put on an incredible spread for ...
Today the team split up and crossed the border from mainland macau to Guangdong province in China. called Shunde (shun-dah). David and Doreen had gone to Liwan, Pastor, Erin, Brian and Lisa went to Panyu (pah-new) and Craig, Sam, Grace and Elouise went off to Shunde (shun-dah) We made it across the border without any hiccups... (Maybe just a few minor hiccups) God is definitely moving in China and despite the ancient fearful mindset of being a christian in China we had ...
... We went to an Italian restaurant for supper & had a delicious lasagna – we rarely eat meat so it was very tasty. Thursday, we brought peanut butter sandwiches for lunch, but one of our students arrived with a big bag of food for each of us – sushi, a Starbuck’s drink and a bag of cookies. When we asked her why, she said her mother had sent the bags because it was her younger sister’s birthday!
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