Nile Villa International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... overtired. Moving about with you helps to rock and soothe baby, and so calm him down in preparation for bedtime. Driving Down A more modern option is "driving down". Most parents have heard of this trick, which basically involves putting your baby in his car seat and driving around for a while until he's asleep. Unfortunately this is rather inconvenient and uses up petrol, but if you're desperate, it's worth a try - it has a very high success rate. When my children were ...
Hope you enjoy the pics.
There have also been a lot of earth works going on
outside my apartment since end of Jan, and it seems there is a golf driving
range being formed. It doesn't really impact much on me - I still look out
through trees and get a glimpse of the grass area. I managed to find some early
photos I took, so you can see the progress.
The Opium Wars broke out in the 1840’s. China was brutally dismantled, and Guangzhou sputtered. A plague decimated the Guangzhou population in 1894. Japan captured the city in 1938, the worst of Guangzhou’s urban atrocities, suffering through until Japan was defeated in 1945.
Guangzhou featured in the conclusion of the Communist-Kuomintang civil war. In April 1949, the KMT nationalists set ...
... super-cool (not!) heat reflecting umbrella with me from now on.
On the work front I had a pretty positive appraisal last week, and we get a new DOS (teachers boss) starting after Dragon boat festival next week, so am hoping that things will improve. We are still short of 3 foreign teachers, and everyone has really heavy workloads as a result. Apparently there will be a new intake of teachers next month, in time to help with summer school over Jul and Aug.
... mainly used for the making of pot noodles, not coffee. I wipe my face with a wet-wipe and with the aid of the coffee, slowly come round.
Not much to say about the rest of the journey; the time it seems to pass quite quickly and at 12.50, bang on time, the train slowly slides into Zunyi station. I’ve done it, not such a big deal really, although I can’t say I will look forward to the next time in three months when I have to get my visa stamped once again in far off Hong ...
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