- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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For as long as I can remember dreaming about travelling, I've dreamed about travelling India. Colourful, cultural and culinary; the spirituality of thousands of years, and the smells of countless spices; the mountains of the Himalayas, the palm-lined beaches of Goa, timeless desert fortresses and tiger-infested jungles: is there anything that India does not possess to whet the wanderer’s appetite? It is time to answer that question for ourselves, as Kerri and I spend ...
... t racing the day we went, it was more of just a show, with lots of different boats going up and down the river at various times, but it was still good to watch.
Me and Catherine had to hand in the keys to our apartment early Sunday morning, so we spent Saturday packing and cleaning, also hanging out with Swinly and Penny who cooked us a delicious lunch, and going to the pavilion park for the last time. I was talking to Penny about Bella, who ...
... things, and returned back to the BBQ place for a long awaited dinner.
Exhausted from a long day out, we sat comfortable on our seats and ate the delicious BBQ food brought before us. That night we ate noodles, porridge, shrimp, clams, chicken wings, ribs, eggplant, and fish. All were spot on and cooked perfectly. Even with a full belly, I managed to still put more in my mouth. Many thanks goes out to Jane and her family for showing a great time in Shunde.
... graduation. I felt sorry for the administrators who were at everything!
Besides the regular stressors of finishing work, marks, narratives, collecting books and PD reports, we had a fun Spirit Week and dressed up for a different theme each day –my class won 3rd prize beat out by those darn keen 4 and 6 year olds! For the concert, my class sang Jason Ruiz’s? Ninety-Three Million Miles which ...
... skyping in the coffee shop.
On Sunday I headed to South China Mall with Nikki, Josephine, Maja and Cecilie - this mall is in Dongguan and it is the biggest in the world. Fairly well-known because supposedly they had built the mall and then, due to bad location among other things, it remained empty and deserted. No shops, no people. This kind of thing is common here - they have empty buildings everywhere, and apparently whole 'ghost towns' too. Everywhere you ...