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... to their home – our cleaning lady is gone for a month! Tim and I are going to the island of Boracay in the Philippians for our break with a couple of days in Manila. Its beaches are ranked in the top 3 in the world – I’ll let you know if we agree!
This past weekend we had a half day inservice on Saturday at school and nobody batted an eye. That wouldn’t happen at home. On Sunday 4 of us hired a car and we travelled to Dafen, ...
... you get in everywhere, so Cian says.
Clíona helped Cian pack his backpack before we headed into town with Mr. Cian as our guide. He brought us through the shopping streets where Miriam got a beautiful pair of Nikes and dad tried on some timberlands! Changping is wonderful, well layed out, clean, seems like a nice place to live in and Cian certainly knows his was around. Huge difference in people here. In Hong kong we were pretty ...
... rain last week with 8-12 degree temperatures and the dampness went right through you. After sloshing through deep, unavoidable puddles, I’ve learned we NEED rubber boots. Unable to find my large size in stores, one of the Chinese assistants ordered us both a pair on TaiBou, the Chinese equivalent of EBay. Tim’s go up to his knees so I’ll be sending him out in the floods! He calls them his Chinese Pogey boots. Since then ...
After an awesome summer-time Xmas and New Year back in NZ, I arrived into Guangzhou on a wet and cold winters day. It was the 2nd day of rain they had, and was down to the misty, miserable stuff rather than a decent downpour, but everything looked clean and rinsed, so not all bad.
The best part of arriving back was ...
... of activities going on. Tim is running in another marathon next Sunday outside Hong Kong. We hope to see Bradley and Lisa Davies, from PEI, there – also running in the half marathon, I think.
Communicating on the Internet has become even more challenging here since the government has completely blocked Gmail – a huge inconvenience for many Chinese people as well as expats. We went over to visit one of the teachers the other night. Her husband is ...