Windsor Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Windsor Park Hotel Dongguan
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... with chocolate, liquor, perfume and absolutely nothing I want. On the other side of that shop was an area that opened up to a little group of restaurants and a few uninteresting stores. They had Starbucks, Wendy’s, an Asian fast food place (that I shuddered at considering my prior days lunch), an A & W (seriously), and one fancy restaurant with a bar that did not look like anyone worked at. I walked to the bar area and peeked at the posted menu and saw nothing ...
... of my family, and a few choice photos from PointIt does the trick.
With a late departure time we head straight to our couchettes and just like that half of the fourteen hour trip disappears.
In the morning I teach him Sevens, a card game that passed rainy childhood afternoons back in the UK. I fare better here than I did against Thais in Germany earlier in the trip!
... to the train station again. The city is so big; over the course of those two days we spent hours on the subway. It was a quick trip, but I was glad to see Randy again before heading back to Canada.
My last few days in Shangqiu were full of farewell lunches and dinners with my friends and students. I was sad to leave, but we will keep in touch. I told my students to come to Canada and I can teach them again here!
I haven't had too much time to fully process my time in ...
... thing (which is the case in a lot of the schools). I feel so bad for the kids, they have to go through these goodbyes with their English teachers twice a year and they've been asking me for weeks when I'm leaving. On Friday afternoon, wherever I went I was hijacked by all my students brandishing pens and notebooks, wanting me to sign my name and write 'I love you' - I know how celebrities feel now, I must have signed about 200 of their books! It ...
The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of activity, but we're done! We had our exit interview with the director in the morning and were officially finished at noon on Saturday. We both have lots of positives about the year teaching at QSI and living in China and we’re leaving on a very positive note. We each had different challenges: for Tim it was the physical energy needed every day and dealing with the heat in a ...