Wellton International Hotel
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... Just to make things a little crazier, the parents of one of the 11YOs, donated a new ice cream machine to the school this week– I kid you not. So the cleaning staff got it washed out and decided to make a batch of ice cream Wednesday afternoon and were just giving it out willy nilly to kids between classes. There are a lot of kids moving through the upstairs halls unsupervised so you can imagine the mayhem. Thankfully, ...
... terminal for boats to Hong Kong as well as cruise ships so there is a strong western presence. The QSI school where we had our sessions has over 1200 students on it's 4 campuses. There were 2 imported food stores beside the school so it was funny to see our staff pouring over the products to see what was different from our stores. The big ticket item was boxes of cereal at a reasonable price. I also bought a can of pumpkin and some peach jam - great finds!
... leaving Friday at 5. We figured it would take us 1 ½ hours to get there, go through customs and then the train to Hong Kong. Our ETA was 8:00 but it was 10:30 before we got to our hotel. The trip to Shenzhen took 3 hours because of incredible traffic and an accident. The drivers here have to be seen to be believed. By the time we got to the border crossing we were 2 of hundreds going to HK so that took another hour. Thankfully, once on the HK ...
It's been a long time coming, but the cooler weather is finally here. Yesterday, for the first time, I put on a sweater when I went out. Tim got up early Saturday morning to do a long run, but came back to bed within minutes. "Are you feeling sick?" I ask. “No, it’s pouring rain and freezing cold outside. I’m not running in that.” Well, it was raining, but freezing cold was 19 degrees – Tim has adjusted to the warmer temps.! He did run 20 ...
... half fills a basin every day. We now shrug our shoulders and say, as others do, “that’s life in China”. The one thing that really gets to us is not having the Internet. Tim spent hours this week working on our laptop, trying to reinstall things that were lost – he was successful so life is good (at the moment). We don’t have tv so depend on the Internet for getting shows.
The big event at school this week ...