Grand Mercure Dongguan Humen by ACCOR
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... t racing the day we went, it was more of just a show, with lots of different boats going up and down the river at various times, but it was still good to watch.
Me and Catherine had to hand in the keys to our apartment early Sunday morning, so we spent Saturday packing and cleaning, also hanging out with Swinly and Penny who cooked us a delicious lunch, and going to the pavilion park for the last time. I was talking to Penny about Bella, who ...
... We ended up with a good spot, near the beginning and by the TV cameras, and watched the long awaited Dragon Boat Race. The Dragon Boats, were long, wooden canoes, with dragon heads planted on each end of the boat. In the middle, sat a giant drum beating the pace for what the rowers should do. In all, eight teams participated, and the race lasted for over two hours. We stayed and watched about an hour of the race due to it being the hottest day of the year. We took pictures, got up ...
... no AC. For me, it was the demands of Mastery Learning with a heavy curriculum and the constant extras added on. I grew very fond of my class, though, and they made everything worthwhile :)
There seemed to be something going on most evenings the last couple of weeks but happily, we didn’t have to attend them all – high school science fair, prom, graduation, middle & high school night, school concert ...
... China. It was really pretty and you could tell the whole place had been designed very carefully and delicately. There was also a chance to look at Chinese art and calligraphy. Me and Maja talked about the fact that in some ways it was nice that we couldn't read the Chinese characters, because it meant we still saw them as art rather than thinking about what they say. The characters are so beautiful on their own, without meaning and I think maybe they ...
... kids put on 2 Reader’s Theatre plays and I had a slideshow of pictures taken throughout the year, accompanied by lots of “snacks” , of course. Every kid except 1 had a parent there, on a workday – that wouldn’t happen at home. Tim and another IE teacher made homemade ice cream with their classes on Friday. That, too, was a success, except for the couple of students who used salt instead of sugar and used ...