Haiyatt Garden Hotel-Dongguan
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... village in the city of Shenzhen. We had been there before with Audrey and it’s an amazing place to visit. You see every kind of art work from copies of the European masters to original contemporary and abstract in all sizes. We searched for the artist who painted Belle and Willie but couldn’t find him. We got a couple of small prints for our apartment to liven up our bare walls.
My headaches have returned and were pretty constant for a ...
... amount of giggling police officers, we're very entertaining! Cian was waiting for us around the corner, Clíona dove into his arms followed by a hug for dad and miriam! Yay we're really here now. Cians wit has us all laughing in minutes, with comments about the chinese and their strange habits.
Selfies taken outside the main entrance, Cian surprised us all. He spoke chinese..As we looked on in awe as he organised a taxi to ...
... rain last week with 8-12 degree temperatures and the dampness went right through you. After sloshing through deep, unavoidable puddles, I’ve learned we NEED rubber boots. Unable to find my large size in stores, one of the Chinese assistants ordered us both a pair on TaiBou, the Chinese equivalent of EBay. Tim’s go up to his knees so I’ll be sending him out in the floods! He calls them his Chinese Pogey boots. Since then ...
... Trinity DipTESOL, so expect that will take a big chunk of my spare time as I get back into the groove of studying something totally new. It ends with a 2 week block in Shanghai in Sept, which means I won't be holidaying till after that is all over.
So here are a few pics of Steph and me exploring the city, hope you enjoy. ...
... Tim and I are definitely not!) and he installed a VPN on our phones so we “should” be able to receive our mail, IF the Internet is working and that has been hit and miss this week. A VPN "tricks" the Internet into thinking we're living in the US. Another thing I’ve been struggling with a bit is our limited diet. Neither of us like the local Chinese food, and the smells since I’ve been sick seem to be stronger and less appealing. With ...