Sheraton Dongguan Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... excellent songs on guitar; William from South Africa, who can jam on the ukulele, vibe on his didgeridoo, and harmonise with the best of them; and Greg from France, who is awesome on the djembe, as well as anything stringed you can place in front of him. I was lucky enough to get together often on weekends with these guys for jamming sessions on the roof of our 20-storey building. This often sun-drenched location gave rise to the name “The Roofies,” and ...
... t racing the day we went, it was more of just a show, with lots of different boats going up and down the river at various times, but it was still good to watch.
Me and Catherine had to hand in the keys to our apartment early Sunday morning, so we spent Saturday packing and cleaning, also hanging out with Swinly and Penny who cooked us a delicious lunch, and going to the pavilion park for the last time. I was talking to Penny about Bella, who ...
Another story worth mentioning is a burger eating contest taking place in a relatively new bar in town. The challenge is to eat a 1.25 kilogram burger (comes out to 2.75 pounds), fries and coke in under 30 minutes. I was told about it by a very close friend, and had true intentions of eating it. Howbeit, this contest was another reminder how the Chinese people can ruin things for themselves. I went to this bar four times, and each time, the employee/ manager had a ...
... graduation. I felt sorry for the administrators who were at everything!
Besides the regular stressors of finishing work, marks, narratives, collecting books and PD reports, we had a fun Spirit Week and dressed up for a different theme each day –my class won 3rd prize beat out by those darn keen 4 and 6 year olds! For the concert, my class sang Jason Ruiz’s? Ninety-Three Million Miles which ...
... on the bottom floor, but three more floors that are totally empty. In fact most of the mall had several empty floors and only the bottom floor was sporadically filled. Some parts were just totally empty - whole empty rooms filled with dust and rubbish. Really weird.
We then headed to Keyuan Gardens nearby. It is one of the four famous gardens in Guangdong - one of the others being one I visited in Foshan. Both used Lingnan architecture typical of Guangdong ...