Richwood Garden Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
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... surrounded by a lovely park but not a sign or plaque to give any information about it.
Next weekend we are going to Hong Kong to meet the first of our visitors from home! Sandra and Joyce have been touring China the last couple of weeks and they’ll come back with us to Dongguan before heading home to the Island. We’re very excited to see them! We wish you all a Happy Easter and hope that you soon see signs of ...
... jump a bit and you think they're honking at you. Also apparently there is no highway code in China. This basically means there are no rules on the road... cars go through red lights, they drive on the wrong side of the road (bikes do too, it's seriously annoying), they park in the most random and inconvenient places... like the middle of the road. Crazy China. I love having a bike though, it's so convenient and also useful for exploring.
Week 2 at Dao Ming ...
... or sitting with their family in the shop they own. It's a really nice atmosphere, but at the same time I'm thinking... why aren't they in bed?!
As well as a busy week at school, we also had an explore round the main street in Houjie, where all the shops are. Just... crazy! Cars/bikes/rickshaws everywhere, lights everywhere, people everywhere. They have these massive loud speakers outside all the shops which blurt out music, apparently they're illegal ...
... a few near misses in terms of bike collisions, it was that busy! So much fun though and nice to meet some other people who work at the school, most don't speak English though so it's hard to communicate.
After the bike ride we had a quick trip to the centre square of Dongguan, just to have a stroll. It was so pretty there! They had lots of decorations up presumably for Spring Festival, palm trees and lanterns were everywhere, and it was a really massive ...
... 5 and it was the Festival of the Lanterns. Although we had sporadic outbursts of fireworks and firecrackers during the celebration time, that night sounded like we were in a war zone and the bangs and cracks were pretty constant all evening and night. Now it’s over and things are back to "normal" with just a few lingering decorations still up.
We celebrated Book Week last week with a number of daily activities, culminating in a fashion ...