Master Hotel Guangzhou Tianhe
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... It's not a supply problem its a demand problem. All the clothes shopping here is westerny fashiony ********. It's not high quality fabric. Chinese people are not looking for that, so it's not available to buy, or when it is, it's not as cheap as it should be.
Overall I think Guangzhou is my favorite city, it's more tropical here, feels like I'm back in Southeast Asia. The girls are more beautiful, and the men ...
... mango trees everywhere, not ripe yet though.
The sun was very overbearing this day. 2 of the 3 of us got some bad sunburns. I never even thought of it so I opened my shirt up because I was hot, and at the end of the day my entire chest was red, but not very painful. We unfortunately did not have time or energy for one of the bigger sites, even though we walked 3+ km to close to the entrance gate.
Well after an emotional farewell at the airport with way to
many tears I finally arrived in china… the flight was not too bad but I had a
massive headache from crying. Thankfully though I managed to sleep through the
whole thing. I was very curious (from my lack of travel experience) and
pleasantly surprised when the plane served “pork and vegetables” which was kind
of like microwave Chinese food. ...
As planned, we visited the City Zoo today. The weather was extremely hot, even at 9:30 am. Us and two other families, along with our CCAI guide Paul, made the trek to the zoo. We were dripping with sweat but thoroughly enjoying the visit, which started at the monkey exhibits. Zayne was taking it all in with lots of ooohs and aaaahs at the various animals. However, the day took a turn south as about 11:00 as the skies opened up and we got hit with a torrential ...
... very well be the last time we saw each other.
As my last days of school came and gone, I received some very thoughtful gifts from some of my most cherished students. All a sign of how much I meant to them and how much they meant to me. I left each class with a few words of my own, some advice for them and how much I’ve appreciated being their teacher. My voice began to crack and my eyes began to water, as I said good bye ...