Richwood Garden Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... seems like an exhausting journey and our shirts were soaking with sweat when we got back to the apartment today. The good thing is that we’ll be leaving in a little over 2 weeks, so I know we’ll make it!
Last Saturday was the Spring Fair at school and it was a resounding success. We raised over $4000.00 for the Nepal Earthquake Relief! Our school population is just 275 kids so families obviously spent a lot of ...
... open ceiling and the cleaning ladies come in regularly to mop the floor when it is raining. The gym where Tim has his PE has major leaks in the ceiling and half of the gym floor was flooded one afternoon. Although it is humid, the temperatures haven’t hit the 40s yet so it is not yet stinking hot! Tim goes running mostly in the mornings before school. Last week he went through 4 bottles of Gatorade on a long run! That guy is in great ...
... but, he just kept to the middle of the street, so the car went up on the curb to get passed him! Always interesting…
We said our good-byes to our last visitors, John and Tara, today. I went down to Hong Kong to meet their flight from Shanghai Wednesday evening and we had a brief tour of the city before coming back to Dongguan on Thursday. It was so very wonderful to see them! Nine months is the longest length ...
Hello –we're still here! We’ve had a busy and exciting couple of weeks with our visitors "from home". First we met Sandra and Joyce in Hong Kong after they finished their 21 day tour of China, and, believe me, there’s little left in China that’s worth a visit that they didn’t see! We had the best weather ever for our days in HK with them and then we all returned to Dongguan for a few days where they got to experience what our life ...
... buzzing! It was in a little square, with many shrines and also a massive place to put your burning incense. The whole area was smoky and smelled really nice! There were even giant incense sticks that they were trying to light in these big furnaces but it wasn't really working! Great views, obviously the Buddha was supposed to be the main attraction and it was pretty impressive, we were able to walk halfway up it too. It's obviously not a very old Buddha but it was ...