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We flew into Hong Kong on Monday and got the Go-Go bus back to Dongguan. That was an eerie experience. Even though Chinese New Year was last week, the city was still shut down. The usually busy sidewalks and jammed streets were empty. The garage style doors on most all the little businesses were pulled down – something we rarely see except early Sunday morning, and it was like that for the whole week according to the teachers who stayed for the ...
... the monkeys swinging, climbing and jumping into a pool of water was hilarious and I'll try to upload a video of them. After the zoo, we took the metro to the area closer to our hotel to see the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees. By now it was getting dark and we were beat. We went back to the hotel and were so tired that we just had a few snacks and went to bed. We would have to be up about 5:00 am to get to the ...
... green spiky fruit (it looked somewhat like a durian?) that a woman was cutting up and putting into styrofoam containers. There were also sugarcane juicing stations and what looked like roasted sweet potatoes but we decided to pass those up this time. When we finally made it to the river we had a bit of a struggle figuring out how or when the boats ran, but eventually we found a ticket booth and the ladies there made sure we knew where we were going and ...
... about 20 minutes through a city we don't know with all our luggage. Needless to say I was becoming progressively more light-headed. That being said, it was incredibly cool to finally see a part of China, and the area near our hotel is totally decked out in Lunar New Year decorations. I hope I will be able to appreciate them all the more tomorrow after I've had a chance to get a proper sleep. Time for some ...
We are in Guangzhou after a 12 1/2 hour flight - enough time to watch four movies and have two meals! I spent a little time studying Khmer (the Cambodian language) and napped a little bit. Going through immigration, we were directed to the "Special" line since we were staying in Guangzhou for a couple of nights. You can stay without a visa for up to 72 hours, so long as you have proof of when your exit will be. We ...