HJ International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... natural beauty. On the whole, the last two years have been some of the best of our lives.
And so it was with heavy hearts that we finally left, with little doubt that it will be the last time we say goodbye to China. One never knows and one should possibly not ever say never, but it seems unlikely that we will return.
Both Kerri’s and my class organized farewell parties for us. The kids sang songs for us, we played games, we were asked ...
... nice all the same.
The last couple of weeks I've stayed in Houjie, to hang out with everyone for the last times. One of my favourite nights was when us four Dao Ming teachers (Catherine, me, Mikkel, Andreas) went to the food market for dinner and just sat there with some beers, talking and laughing for hours, and trying to decide who was the most and least lame of the group (me and Andreas the most, Mikkel and Catherine the least - ...
... things, and returned back to the BBQ place for a long awaited dinner.
Exhausted from a long day out, we sat comfortable on our seats and ate the delicious BBQ food brought before us. That night we ate noodles, porridge, shrimp, clams, chicken wings, ribs, eggplant, and fish. All were spot on and cooked perfectly. Even with a full belly, I managed to still put more in my mouth. Many thanks goes out to Jane and her family for showing a great time in Shunde.
... 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 ...
... on the bottom floor, but three more floors that are totally empty. In fact most of the mall had several empty floors and only the bottom floor was sporadically filled. Some parts were just totally empty - whole empty rooms filled with dust and rubbish. Really weird.
We then headed to Keyuan Gardens nearby. It is one of the four famous gardens in Guangdong - one of the others being one I visited in Foshan. Both used Lingnan architecture typical of Guangdong ...