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J Foley after meeting our lovely new friends, Shani McNaghten and Arran
Wilson, the singers, at Blue Frog, Aqua City, Nanjing on Sunday night, especially when Elvis did a shout out for Caroline and
Will and sang 'Marie's the name of his latest flame'. Great fun!
... going with Thomas and Misa. We ended up joining in the staff party as they were all staying on for stock taking so the chefs, Andy and Jackie, had prepared a meal for them and they invited us to join them. They were laying out candles and rose petals on the restaurant floor as it is MauMau's birthday. We took loads of photos and had a brilliant time.
Great friends, great city - I love Nanjing!
Last weekend we spent at home unpacking boxes. The house is now beginning to feel like a home. Sunday we booked flights to Hong Kong for the July long weekend (Dragon Boat Festival). This weekend is right in the middle of the kids birthdays. We're staying for 5 nights and have been told there are heaps of cool things to do including Disneyland! Can't wait!
Sunday afternoon Steve left on a work trip to Melbourne for 2 weeks. ...
This week has flown by. I am now getting out for walks around Masterland whenever I can, and have begun Chinese lessons. I had my first lesson on Tuesday. My plan is to do two, 2-hour classes a week, and learn as much as I can before starting work in August.
The days are warming up. We've had high 20’s and low 30’s during the week, and at times it was 25 degrees at 8am. It does not cool down much over night. ...
... without the internet. We use it to check the weather and the pollution levels, to access the newspaper and tv guide, to communicate with friends and family, to bank and pay Australian bills, to receive correspondence from school, to communicate in Chinese (translation apps), to order groceries, to book travel, to check train times and public transport routes, and to find our way (maps apps). All of this is extremely time consuming (and often ...