Wellton International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bits and loading them onto the carts behind their bicycles. Then more people were sorting through the rubble, but all seemed to be working independently and hauling away what they wanted. Now, someone has sorted the remaining garbage into piles and still individuals are hauling it away. At home we’d just bring in the front-end loader and a couple of trucks and be done with it.
There are a few ex-pats in our ...
... and ready to brake if you need to, you'll be fine. Everyone rides bikes here, even children! The thing that makes it scary is that everyone in China just constantly beeps their horn - they seem to do it instead of indicating, or even if I'm just standing at the side of the road and they think I'm going to walk out in front of them (which I'm not, I can see them!). So when you're on your bike and you're constantly hearing horns right behind or beside you, it ...
... through school in the morning, from all the classrooms I hear lots of chanting and repetition - this is how they learn things in China, and when they are reading or studying they say it out loud. Proper lessons start around 8:15 (apart from on Mondays when they start later). After a few lessons the children have morning exercise, which is bizarre to watch - some days it is very organised, the children line up in rows and do synchronised exercises to music. Other ...
... a few near misses in terms of bike collisions, it was that busy! So much fun though and nice to meet some other people who work at the school, most don't speak English though so it's hard to communicate.
After the bike ride we had a quick trip to the centre square of Dongguan, just to have a stroll. It was so pretty there! They had lots of decorations up presumably for Spring Festival, palm trees and lanterns were everywhere, and it was a really massive ...
... 5 and it was the Festival of the Lanterns. Although we had sporadic outbursts of fireworks and firecrackers during the celebration time, that night sounded like we were in a war zone and the bangs and cracks were pretty constant all evening and night. Now it’s over and things are back to "normal" with just a few lingering decorations still up.
We celebrated Book Week last week with a number of daily activities, culminating in a fashion ...