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... Kyoto for most of the week. A lot of big cities, as we expected, but not near the trees and greenery that we have in Dongguan. We stayed very close to the train station which is a tourist destination in itself. Besides the multi-levels of trains, there are restaurants, a huge department store, an underground shopping mall, escalators which climb to the sky (10 stories), a stage and tiered seating which turns into ...
... is very high end AND there are 2 more malls being build in the area. We can't figure out who can afford to buy the stuff and how the stores will stay afloat. Maybe they won't. The top floor is pretty much all restaurants - Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Brazilian, so we will be trying some of those.
The new experiences today are that we each got a haircut. Lots of places for men to get a haircut but women's salons are scarcer. ...
Lots of new experiences this week with a number of celebrations. Monday was a holiday for many Chinese, but our school stayed open. It was the mid fall moon feast, celebrated by giving friends and relatives boxes of moon cakes - nasty things, according to my kids.
Tuesday was one of my boy's birthday and his mom brought in a huge, sponge cake lavishly decorated with real cream and sculpted fruit pieces, plus drinks and munchies for ...
... the game. The driving has to be seen to be believed –
no lanes, but traffic 5 lanes across, cutting in, apparently no rules. We left from school on a mini-bus and the 20
min. trip took almost 1 ½ hours and we ended up walking for the last 10 min
because traffic was at a standstill.
Drivers were pulling up over the curb and leaving their cars wherever
they stopped. We got to our seats just
as the first ...
First of all, congratulations to us for completing a full week of school! It was draining and frustrating at times, but most all teachers are feeling the same way and misery loves company. On the plus side, we're getting to know our students and they are nice kids - not much attitude, but, boy, some of them don't listen well (sound familiar?) We're both going to need to do lots of work ...