Hai Lian Hotel
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... sets of escalators we found our point of departure and without too many hiccups (other than Tanya not knowing where her ferry ticket was) we made our way safely across to Macau and were met warmly by Pastor Jad and his wife Sydney. Macau is a fairly small city, although with many streets and alleyways it is quite easy to navigate around. Buses are the transport of ...
... Nan Lian Garden and this was very peaceful at the time we got there as there were no bus load of tourists, only a few locals exercising. The trees are very well manicured and there are a lot of Bonsai, there were also a few ponds and some of the biggest Koi Carp I have seen. It was very hot even in the morning and we were starting to feel slightly ill from being out in the heat so we headed to a shopping centre to find somewhere to have ...
... for these standardized tests 4 hours a day? And then you had those weekend classes too? You don't? Oh, that's right--cause American students don't prepare for them. Chinese schools and many Asian ones do just that. They drill, and they drill some more. The reason? Because they want those headlines that say "Chinese schools on top" so we all freak out.
As an American, I recall 1. not ever studying for these standardized tests and 2. them being a huge joke and a ...
... Kong so even though it was a midweek event there were still lots of people. The stadium was huge too. We had a little bet once we figured out what everything meant but managed to pick the donkey so no big winnings for us!!!
The next day we found a bakery for brekkie and took our food to a little park and sat and ate while watching the turtles swim and a man doing tai chi with a big sword!!
After the park we took the ferry back across to Hong ...
... Friday. We also notice a greater than average number of white faces around. There is an explanation, and we will get to it later. We walk around the immaculate village with its perfect flower beds of African marigolds and petunias and stop for a while on the beach. Then of course we start thinking of food. We discover a very nice bakery selling focaccia, muffins, cinnamon buns and ham and cheese rolls. A look on the shelves reveals olives, truffle oil and dried porcini. Are we still ...