Haiyatt Garden Hotel-Dongguan
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... 8211; the very friendly doggie in the picture with her owner. We meet in the mornings and she runs over and plops down for a belly rub. She’s going to have her first litter in 2 weeks so it’s quite exciting.
Tim and I treated ourselves to a trip to Guangzhou yesterday. The area around the train station is very trendy and has a cosmopolitan feel. We had lunch at our favourite restaurant in China and my meal, featured ...
... us all completely and utterly drained. Such a tiring week, we're still getting used to teaching I guess and planning is still taking a while. Still loads of fun though! We observed a few other lessons to get some ideas for our own lessons, which was useful.
The plan was to go to Foshan that weekend, which is a few hours away. In the end though, we just weren't prepared enough - turns out there is so much to do there and so we would probably have to ...
... the police take them away the shop just replaces them again. It's busy and hectic all the time, and again a really awesome atmosphere. I joined a gym this week too, there's only one woman there who speaks English and she giggles so much and gets all embarrassed when she talks to us, it's really funny. I feel a lot more settled now I have a gym to go to!
The four of us at Dao Ming school got into a little routine last week - every day at the end of school ...
... cars often drive on the wrong side of the road for no reason, and it is noisy ALL the time.
Anyway, back to my last week in Beijing (it feels so long ago now). We had another week of lessons after teaching practice, but we had handed in all our assignments and everyone was a bit more chilled out - there was time to just enjoy each other's company for a bit, and go for drinks in the evenings. On the last night (also my birthday) we had the graduation dinner, ...
... and have been living here for 4 years. I admire them because they have a functional knowledge of Chinese which I know I will never have. We were chatting about things we find interesting here – lots of funny stories. I commented on the dressy clothes and shoes a lot of the women wear and they shared a word they’ve coined to describe it – prosti-chic, and that’s it! I can’t describe it but you can use your imaginations!