Huihua International Hotel
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It's been a few weeks since I parted ways with my travel buddies, so I arranged a day trip to visit them for a little reunion outing. Both Hong and Nana live in Shenzhen which is surprisingly close to my home in Hong Kong. To put this in perspective it's actually quicker for me to go to Shenzhen then to Hong Kong Island area (and that's including immigration time). It's similar to, if you live in London, it's quicker to get to Paris than it is to get to Newcastle. Hong is a really ...
... afternoon and evening, constant downpour and even lightning and thunder! We bunkered down inside our timbered hostel playing pool and uno.
The next day we got our ponchos on and prepared to get soaked which we most certainly did! We trekked from our village through Zhonglu village to Ping'an which took 4.5 hours. We walked through endless rice terraces observing the farming way of life that the locals live.
... a choppy schedule. I show up early on Sunday thinking, OK I'm going to have breakfast in the school cafeteria for once. Yet by 7:30 there is no food in the cafeteria and by 8:00 AM I hear no students, and no teachers have arrived in the office. I tried to text Adam, but his phone is off. I text Renee, and she tells me that school is cancelled today because of a Typhoon that is supposed to hit at 6pm.
O_O. What...SHEN ME?!?!?!?!?!? (yes that means "what" as well) ...
... I was definitely engaged in the play. Perhaps floundering, falling and missing passes.. .But OH MAN, I was IN IT TO WIN IT
Secondly, I am no longer 20 and not in shape to compete with younger skilled players ( although through my rose coloured glasses I see this changing). Last, but not least, it is very very hot, and I am not at all good in that kind of heat. In 5 minutes of running around my completely soaked shirt and I left the ...
... at you as you try to make some sense of the pictures on the menu. Andre is in top form "I love China" he reiterates , " these people are so friendly". We try to order 2 beers but its not going well, eventually I remember what it is and mumble " Pee Joe" mispronouncing it, but between our sycophants they get it. Every time Andre finds something he likes on the menu, he points to it and says " is that sweet and sour chicken"? The waiter bows and starts to scribble it down, I ...