Wenyi International Hotel
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... became all too regular an occurrence during those last few months of our time in China. We were usually joined on those hot Sunday afternoons by any number of the friends we have made here (good folks from all over the world), drinking, jamming, and generally enjoying life. It would take too long to mention everybody by name, but we will miss you all, and look forward to seeing you again.
Of all the things we’ve loved about our time here, the job ...
... me a massive box of lychees! This amazing fruit from Guangdong that is everywhere at the moment.
I didn't have to leave until later on Sunday so I hung out at the guys, Cliadhna's, and Swinly and Penny's for my last few hours, trying to stay awake after a tiring week with little sleep. Then made my way to Guangzhou to get on a sleeper train to Zhangjiaije, which is where I am now. Beautiful place. It's gonna be a very exciting few ...
... of why we couldn’t eat it. Whether we were 5 minutes late, too many customers in the restaurant, or too many people in our party, I was never served this hamburger and it served as a reminder just how inefficient and disorderly things here are.
Not much else to say here other than I am getting ready to get back home. I am seeing more and more how much I am going to miss this place after China being so good to me. Time is certainly flying by quickly ...
... out themselves and became quite meaningful for all of us. It was at the same hotel venue as the Winter Concert so a big deal.
Monday, I took my Travel Club on a field trip to Shenzhen to visit the Windows of the World Amusement Park – what a place! It’s huge – in 4 hours we didn’t see it all and has replicas of all the famous landmarks around the world along with a few rides. We took the ...
... China. It was really pretty and you could tell the whole place had been designed very carefully and delicately. There was also a chance to look at Chinese art and calligraphy. Me and Maja talked about the fact that in some ways it was nice that we couldn't read the Chinese characters, because it meant we still saw them as art rather than thinking about what they say. The characters are so beautiful on their own, without meaning and I think maybe they ...