Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... an one, but was just as peaceful a
place to visit.
Apparently GZ was the place that Islam was introduced to
China, and the name means 'remember the sage', referring to Mohammed. The
mosque was built in 627 during the Tang dynasty, and in those days it was close
to the banks of the Zhujiang River, and sailors used to climb the minaret to
... it felt like a head massage.
It sure was! She massaged my head and neck for a good 10 mins - it was really great, and I could quite happily have let her carry on longer.
The lad who cut my hair listened patiently while I attempted to say what I wanted done, then read the characters in my little book to understand what I wanted - hopefully I will get better at that over time, and today I at least managed to say I wanted a haircut...baby steps!
It was ...
... grounded and the airport would grind to a halt. Nobody I spoke to at the time was capable of estimating the cost to the economy of the region.
Luckily for me, and everyone else in the south of China, the passport was found (a-hem, inside my toiletries bag) and disaster averted.
Our stay at the airport was delightful and our connecting flight to London went off ...
... out with these more drastic techniques, to help baby learn the feel of going off to sleep, then gradually ease out of them. Replace driving in a car, for example, with being rocked in the bassinet. Always remember that learning to transition into sleep is a big thing for your baby to learn, and it probably won't happen overnight. With patience and persistence, however, baby will gradually learn how to fall asleep by himself, helping both baby and yourself get a good night's ...
... GZ to sit exams or conduct business.
It is now home to the Guangdong Folk Art Museum as well as retaining the temple, and is a truly impressive place. It is easy to get a bit jaded when you visit lots of temples and pagodas, but this one is in a category of its own. The craftmanship on display is quite extraordinary, and this will be a must-see for my visitors - no wonder it was the top of the list in the ...