Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Wuyi
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... what has arrived, when I return back home. Writing this as I am in the US, I can’t believe how lonely it is here. Things are far quieter than I remember.
After going on a few runs, shopping with my buddy just now, it hasn’t even been a whole 24 hours back in the US, and I already hate it. Not just the silence, but the fashion how people carry themselves. All locked up in their houses, making fuss about nothing and ...
... a speech. We were both given presents from parents and the school, and asked repeatedly if we were sure we didn’t actually want to stay…? They were both very touching affairs. Kerri cried a lot. I didn’t let anybody see me crying.
And finally, we boarded our plane at 1:20am on Monday the 13th of July, headed for Bangalore, confident that we’d packed up and shipped everything we needed back to England, said goodbye to ...
... of fishing. We spent the evening there and watched the sun go down as we all took turns catching fish in this pond. It was a very nice place, situated alongside other farms and fishing ponds, and had a beauty of its own. Unfortunately for me, I came up empty with any fishes, same with Leon, but Zac, on the other hand, hauled in two big ones. Altogether, with Jane and the fish master, we had a total of five fishes that were to be eaten another day. When the sun settled, we packed ...
... the whole and match, and lifted their arms in perfect unison. It was great. There was no better place to be in Guangzhou on that Friday night. The pictures uploaded should give testament.
After the match, me and boys took the metro and grabbed a bite to eat at BBQ Street. We all splurged on some noodles as I was feeling a little flush and got myself an Oreo milkshake that ended up being terrible. But, not bad enough to ruin my mood. The night ended with ...
... that. I found myself at one point in what looked like a dumping ground for broken ceramics. Some of them were still lovely and it was kind of sad seeing them amongst cardboard boxes and other rubbish, covered in dust. It reminded me of a childhood book where an old dolphin statue gets dumped with all the rubbish, that always used to make me sad.
There was also a pretty park and a lake nearby with a statue of a woman in the middle of the lake. I can't ...