Jiangmen Gladden Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Jiangmen Gladden Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jiangmen
... takes out foreign teachers for thank you dinner
· Tuesday: Shubham birthday party
· Wednesday: Last football match with team Nanhai and dinner with the team
· Thursday: last KTV with foreign teachers and friends
· Friday: nice dinner with Zac and Leon
· Saturday: Indian dinner with Nathan and Shubham
· Sunday: romantic dinner with VG
In this last span of few days, I dined out in ...
... as Kerri has never actually stepped foot in Europe, let alone the UK. For her this is the beginning of a new adventure. For me, it is, in certain ways, an ending.
And so we decided to reward ourselves with one last fling with discovery, and see as much of India as we can in such a short time. After, as I said, 2 years living in the same place in China - the town of Shunde, Guangdong Province – just packing up and leaving was not as easy as we ...
... I wanted before they had to take their exams. That so, I bought over 300 RMB worth of candies to give to my kids, allowed them to play basketball, and held Jeopardy lessons the kids loved to play. All this and I had my kid’s line up for some last farewell pictures.
When my students realized this was some of our last moments together, things got emotional. Once some of my students started to let go, my eyes too started to tear. It’s been a long time since the ...
... full and expectations met as we all wind down from the excitement.
The following day, on Saturday, I and all the foreign teachers were invited to a BBQ party hosted by one of my Chinese friend. There, on the 23rd floor of my friend’s apartment, we entered to our host’s estate and we came into a traditional Chinese decorated house. There were dark wood chairs and beautifully decorated tables, custom made crowning against ...
... me with all its noise and lights. Although, as I was on the bus I started thinking about how much I miss being in more rural places and seeing nature. The only time we've really been anywhere not built up was when we were in the Danxia Mountains. I'll need another excursion soon.
Anyway, I went straight to my hotel when I arrived, in Changcheng district which is in the centre of Foshan and where all the cool stuff is. Amazingly, the TV in my room had ...