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This is a small hillock in the south of Nanjing where legend has it that an young monk named Yunguang started preaching and raindrops fell from the heavens and rested as agate stones on the ground.
It later became an execution ground for the Nationalists when Nanjing became their capital in 1927 and it is alleged that 100,000 communists, intellectuals and peasants were murdered here by the Kuomintang.
... We are heading to Penang, Malaysia for a relaxing beach holiday. I got in contact with a travel consultant through Flight Centre in Hong Kong. I’m familiar with Flight Centre and most people speak English in Hong Kong. Vincent was fantastic. He organized quotes and booked it all in 1 day, and he was still emailing me at 11pm on a Sunday night! The work ethos here is amazing! He was able to organize kids meals on planes, ...
... watched Sam live on YouTube while we ate and I organized for a friend to drop him home.
After our guests had left and I was cleaning up, I noticed a pool of water over the kitchen floor. A pipe under the sink had come apart and water was flowing out (from the dishwasher I think). This was Karma! The cupboard under the sink was flooded and everything in it was wet and slimy. I managed to prop the hose into a bucket while it finished draining. I ...
... Papa Johns (pizza) in Raydu Plaza. I was keen for Sam to see Jurassic World after tea but wasn’t sure of it’s suitability, so I took Therese to the movies in the morning to check it out (and to celebrate my first school day off in ages). It was great, the boys would love it! After tea, I brought the twins home to pack for Hong Kong, while Steve and Simon took the boys to the movies. Although lacking in the present department, I think Sam had a good ...
... survived. The rescue efforts have made news headlines hourly for the week. So sad. So many deaths L Investigations will continue until blame can be laid, and the person at fault will likely be executed.
Today we had a visit from Bjorn and the kids (Danish), and had Tepinyaki for dinner with the Whartons (British). I love that we are making friends from all over the world – wonderful people with amazing ...