HJ International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... probably didn’t hurt that it was a rainy day.) The Parent Support Group is very active and involved in the planning and set-up and it’s mandatory that all teachers are in attendance. Tim and I had a busy day but it was certainly worth the effort.
We’re starting to wind down a bit. I invited all my parents in for a class celebration on Wednesday because one of my boys was leaving early to go back to the ...
... time crunch to get all the mandatory units completed and assessed, but the end is in sight. J
Last Saturday we went to a Chinese tea which one of the staff organized. It’s a very popular thing to do and the best tradition we’ve come across this year! Thirty of us met at a large hotel and we had a private room with 2 large circular tables with large Lazy Susans in the middle. It took a while to get organized but once the ...
... but, he just kept to the middle of the street, so the car went up on the curb to get passed him! Always interesting…
We said our good-byes to our last visitors, John and Tara, today. I went down to Hong Kong to meet their flight from Shanghai Wednesday evening and we had a brief tour of the city before coming back to Dongguan on Thursday. It was so very wonderful to see them! Nine months is the longest length ...
... this year. We said our goodbyes Friday morning as they headed homeward and travelled down to HK that afternoon to meet Myra and Jim who had arrived earlier in the week. It rained all day Saturday so it was a museum day, but that cleared the air for a perfect week of weather here in Dongguan. From here, they left for Beijing where they joined a tour before travelling on to Korea. It really was wonderful having them all stay with us and they all have lots of ...
... buzzing! It was in a little square, with many shrines and also a massive place to put your burning incense. The whole area was smoky and smelled really nice! There were even giant incense sticks that they were trying to light in these big furnaces but it wasn't really working! Great views, obviously the Buddha was supposed to be the main attraction and it was pretty impressive, we were able to walk halfway up it too. It's obviously not a very old Buddha but it was ...