Haiyatt Garden Hotel
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... continent of South America, visited many countries in South East Asia, as well as various trips to Kerri’s homeland of South Africa (where we eventually got married after more than 5 years together), and now, after spending the last 2 years as kindergarten teachers in the south of China, we have decided to call an end to that chapter of our lives and return to England in order to, among other things, try and start a family of our own. The 'return’ only applies ...
... 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 - ...
... This was a traditional style Cantonese dessert, and one I very much enjoyed.
Later on, with cooler heads, we made out to Jane’s fishing village and took some time to rest up. She introduced us to her family and close friends and showed us around her fishing complex. It was simple, clean, and had everything one needed for a good time out with friends.
Once rested, she, along with who was a fishing master, drove us to a man-made fishing lake, and set us up for ...
... the class so another full lunch with cake and finally Jeremy’s birthday with another cake and snacks!
Tim and I have enjoyed our own eating adventures. We went to another Chinese tea with some of the staff at a different hotel last Saturday with lots of delicious dishes. Rosa, the Korean translator and IE teacher at school invited 4 of us to her home for a traditional Korean meal – more delicious food ...
... ride around Houjie. The original aim of the bike ride was to find the temple in Houjie (which apparently exists although I'm not so sure any more), but 4 hours later and no temple in sight, I just did my own thing. Found some cool areas including a more rural area of Houjie with fields and chickens, and what looked like the posh area too. It was such a nice day so Catherine, Cliadhna and me sunbathed on the roof when I got back and then did some lesson ...