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... 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 ...
... were brought up to prove this). We've had a couple of trips to the pool in the international hotel - it's so lovely, the pool has been really empty and we've stayed there the whole day sunbathing and swimming. This is the tallest building in Houjie and at the top is a revolving restaurant - very expensive in China terms but since we all got paid and got our bonus on Friday we thought we would treat ourselves. The view is amazing and we watched ...
... of fishing. We spent the evening there and watched the sun go down as we all took turns catching fish in this pond. It was a very nice place, situated alongside other farms and fishing ponds, and had a beauty of its own. Unfortunately for me, I came up empty with any fishes, same with Leon, but Zac, on the other hand, hauled in two big ones. Altogether, with Jane and the fish master, we had a total of five fishes that were to be eaten another day. When the sun settled, we packed ...
The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of activity, but we're done! We had our exit interview with the director in the morning and were officially finished at noon on Saturday. We both have lots of positives about the year teaching at QSI and living in China and we’re leaving on a very positive note. We each had different challenges: for Tim it was the physical energy needed every day and dealing with the heat in a ...
... on the bottom floor, but three more floors that are totally empty. In fact most of the mall had several empty floors and only the bottom floor was sporadically filled. Some parts were just totally empty - whole empty rooms filled with dust and rubbish. Really weird.
We then headed to Keyuan Gardens nearby. It is one of the four famous gardens in Guangdong - one of the others being one I visited in Foshan. Both used Lingnan architecture typical of Guangdong ...