Parklane Chang'An International Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Monday Alex and I finally ticked off something I'd wanted to do for a long time - go across the border back into China. This was really important for me, not least because when we'd bailed on our illegal contact, Jeff had threatened that he'd revoke our Visa and we thought it might put a mark against us from coming back into the country.
Much as Hong Kong is touted as being a part of China, that's definitely not how the border control see it. In regards to ...
... their remarks being shared with the class , but how interesting!
Garbage disposal is another thing I’m paying closer attention to these days. We were told when we arrived that there wasn’t a recycling program, or even routine garbage pick-up but magically, overnight, garbage in the streets and on the sidewalks will disappear. We’ve never seen a garbage truck, just little wagons pulled by bicycles. ...
... at this stage, but we started the long walk to the square and the closer we got the more people there were - this waterfight must have gone on for miles, all the way down the streets of Dongkeng, it was so huge! It started to get way more intense as we neared the square, there were several people in gangs with matching clothes or water pistols, some of them even had their own flag, they were lethal! We were hopelessly outnumbered especially as we all kept ...
... just get out their skipping ropes and hula hoops and do what they want - on those days, we supervise them and play with them, they were impressed with my hula hooping skills but not so much with my skipping skills! The playlist during this break is hilarious though, they play things like Ke$ha and Maroon 5! There really is such a stress on learning English here. During the synchronised morning exercise the other day they started to play Pirates of the ...
So, here I am, settled into my new home and my new job in Dongguan (province of Guangdong), where I will be for just over 4 months. We are in a town called Houjie, about 20 minutes from the center of Dongguan, and I love it here! I'm beginning to realise that what everyone was saying about Beijing is true - 'Beijing' and 'China' are two very different things. Now I'm in real China, right in the south, where everything is green and humid, there is cheap street food ...