Man Wah Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... continent of South America, visited many countries in South East Asia, as well as various trips to Kerri’s homeland of South Africa (where we eventually got married after more than 5 years together), and now, after spending the last 2 years as kindergarten teachers in the south of China, we have decided to call an end to that chapter of our lives and return to England in order to, among other things, try and start a family of our own. The 'return’ only applies ...
... it's weird not having a 'base' anymore - when I've travelled so far in China, it's felt so good coming back to my familiar apartment, seeing my friends, catching up. It's nice knowing somewhere so well - having our favourite snack places, lunch places, bars and coffee shops. Knowing the three shops in Liaoxia that sell Coke Zero, and which BBQ stall is the best at the food market. Waving at RD lady on our way back from Tesco. Eating bread from ...
... of why we couldn’t eat it. Whether we were 5 minutes late, too many customers in the restaurant, or too many people in our party, I was never served this hamburger and it served as a reminder just how inefficient and disorderly things here are.
Not much else to say here other than I am getting ready to get back home. I am seeing more and more how much I am going to miss this place after China being so good to me. Time is certainly flying by quickly ...
... than the Chinese food in this region). Last night we went to the Wanda Hotel (new and luxurious) for an International Food Event for charity. As you can tell, eating is one of the main entertainments here!
Tim and I both had a last trip to Dr. Hugo at Global Doctors this week. I had another gastro-virus, and couldn’t eat for a couple of days (horror of horrors) and Tim had a throat infection with the ...
... 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 ...