Jia Duo Li Hotel
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... last time.
Final Good Byes
Aside from school, there were many good byes left on the list. On my last nine days in Foshan, each night I went out for food, drinks, football or whatever. All good people, and all lasting memories that made this trip a success. I listed the order of my evenings below.
- Saturday: Last night of drinking hard with the boys
· Sunday: Last match with team Guilo FC
... continent of South America, visited many countries in South East Asia, as well as various trips to Kerri’s homeland of South Africa (where we eventually got married after more than 5 years together), and now, after spending the last 2 years as kindergarten teachers in the south of China, we have decided to call an end to that chapter of our lives and return to England in order to, among other things, try and start a family of our own. The 'return’ only applies ...
Down to less than three weeks before returning home, things for me are getting sentimental. I've been making an effort to go out more and do what things I can, all in attempts to grasp what few days I have left. This latest blog highlights a few early good byes, some good Chinese BBQ, and my hand at fishing.
This past week I had what was my last class lessons with my kids. Granted, I will see them again, but these were some of the final opportunities to ...
... the whole and match, and lifted their arms in perfect unison. It was great. There was no better place to be in Guangzhou on that Friday night. The pictures uploaded should give testament.
After the match, me and boys took the metro and grabbed a bite to eat at BBQ Street. We all splurged on some noodles as I was feeling a little flush and got myself an Oreo milkshake that ended up being terrible. But, not bad enough to ruin my mood. The night ended with ...
... 8217;d heard nothing but good things about it and it did not disappoint. Coming in on the bus was really cool as I saw the city all lit up at night. The buildings weren't especially big, but it was all really colourful and looked like a cool place. I never get over the amazement of seeing a city here; I haven't really had any experience of cities as big or as active as the ones in China before! Even walking around the main street in Houjie, which is only a town, kind ...