Helenbergh International Hotel Mansion
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... in China, so all that made in china stuff you see, it comes from here. So alongside the manufacturing also comes the shopping. Guangzhou is shopping central. Huge malls, huge wholesale stores. As well as handmade street markets too. There is a huge jade, jewelry and clothing market. Finding quality jade here is a shopper's dream. Finding quality hemp or bamboo clothes for cheap here was impossible for me ...
... is in this area, many of which originating from South America and many other places around the world. He pointed out some wild spinach, he said you can eat this raw or cooked. So I put a leaf in my mouth he says, oh wait no that's not spinach that's poisonous! But I knew he was just jerkin me around. Best spinach I have ever had. My only regret of this day is that I did not take that whole plant with me. ...
... where the shops were (If you could describe them as shops most of
them looked like dodgy apartments that had been converted into dingy shops) and
we soon found what appeared to be a super market (It was called Quality Good
Life Shopping) where everything was very strange and in Chinese. I settled for
some odd looking chicken crackers and gum which tasted better than expected… As
most other peoples flights ...
... completely soaked all of us. We hung out for a little while, even eventually made it to the Panda exhibit, but we could only catch a glimpse of one panda, which had decided to stay inside and out of the rain. That was a bit of a downer, but still a good trip.
We bused back to the hotel and had McDonald's for lunch. I can't speak for everyone, but personally I hope to have had my last McDonald's for quite awhile. We took a short nap this afternoon, ...
... very well be the last time we saw each other.
As my last days of school came and gone, I received some very thoughtful gifts from some of my most cherished students. All a sign of how much I meant to them and how much they meant to me. I left each class with a few words of my own, some advice for them and how much I’ve appreciated being their teacher. My voice began to crack and my eyes began to water, as I said good bye ...