Jiulong International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... left there), he took us back and Candy (one of the Chinese English teachers) took us to the canteen. The canteen was an experience. Middle school students ate in one canteen, primary students ate in a different canteen and then there was a special area for teaching staff, if the teaching staff had the best area I dread to think what the students were eating in. Everything in the canteen was made out of metal, it stunk and it was really grimy. The food was not great, ...
... centre of Birmingham in rush hour but that is nothing compared to this
– there was cars facing ALL direction because apparently all rules of the road
are abolished on moving in day, people on electric bike with kids on their
backs (who had bags of clothes on their backs) were trying to weave in and out
of the cars, some people who had decided to ditch off their transport in the
middle of a jam tried to walk around the cars and the bikes and me, Ruby ...
... was all delicious, seriously I am so happy that the food in Huai’An is so good. After we had finished our food we found a nail salon and we all decided to have gel nails. I have given myself the challenge of having nice , strong nails by the time I leave China and at the moment they are so short (I’ve been biting them really badly) so I have had a manicure and finished with gel nail varnish to help them grow a little better. Whilst we were waiting ...
... was just stunning and one of those images that you imprint on your mind and pull out whenever you think of a particular place. Those mountains and green rolling hills lit up in the sunshine are definitely how I will remember Yangshuo, what a way to leave a place. However, regardless of the beauty and the luxury seating and air conditioning, the Chinese roads are death traps and the drivers are maniacs – there was a point on our journey where our driver tried ...
Here are the long-awaited pictures of my Chinese wedding.
Thank you to Joy, Kristie, and Stephanie for their efforts in taking these pictures during my big moment.
So many of you told me to go away and find a bride in China.
None of you thought I would actually do it ;)
Enjoy the photos!
BTW this was our wedding song, obviously.
Paul Brandt- I Do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ze5boO cxLM