Haiyatt Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... won’t repeat. School closures here are rare, but happen occasionally during the typhoon season. They also lost the power at school one day last spring and had to bus the whole school to the science museum in another part of the city that still had power and AC – too hot to be without AC.
The American Thanksgiving was celebrated at school on Thursday and, since most of the teachers are American, it was a ...
... the water leaks and a hole to the outside by my air conditioner, there's no way to stop the rodent traffic. The librarian saw one run across the floor during school - thankfully, the kids didn't see it.
Lesson learned - store ALL food in plastic bins. Then Friday, another student had a birthday and the amazing birthday cake came in at noon for an afternoon celebration. I put on the back table and just took the cover off a few minutes before the class came in. ...
... traditional Chinese foods. Sadly, this evening was our last in Shunde but it was fantastic. We had some special music tonight and the church also saw a record number of attendances tonight - 36 people in total (oh and the resident rat!) we saw 4 people respond to the alter call and ask Jesus to come into their hearts and saw 3 people healed; 1 of leg pain, 1 of back pain and 1 ...
Today the team split up and crossed the border from mainland macau to Guangdong province in China. called Shunde (shun-dah). David and Doreen had gone to Liwan, Pastor, Erin, Brian and Lisa went to Panyu (pah-new) and Craig, Sam, Grace and Elouise went off to Shunde (shun-dah) We made it across the border without any hiccups... (Maybe just a few minor hiccups) God is definitely moving in China and despite the ancient fearful mindset of being a christian in China we had ...
... went smoothly and we got checked into our hotel in Kowloon. Late as it was, we went out for supper and the streets were still full of people, but a whole different feel. Cars stopped at red lights, we heard English spoken and read English signs! We had a great day Saturday – shopping, walking and enjoying the sun that we could see in the blue sky. We’re really enjoyed the little things, like a hot shower that didn’t turn cold after ...