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Travel Blogs from Jiangmen
... 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 ...
... easily at number one. There wasn’t a single Monday morning we didn’t race to school, looking forward to spending the day (and the week) with our amazing and beloved students. In just one short year with them, we have seen them grow and learn in ways we wouldn’t have thought possible. At ages ranging from nearly three years old to well into five, their capacity for development is incredible. We started with the basics, but quickly found them able ...
... part of Foshan 40 minutes away. There, she had planned for us a full day of Chinese culture including: an ancient Chinese temple, traditional Chinese lunch and desert, Dragon Boat, Fishing, and Chinese BBQ.
Starting with the Shunde, this part of Foshan was much nicer than anticipated. We drove 40 minutes one way to get picked up by Jane, my part time English student, who then hosted us in her city. We started in a Chinese temple where we saw traditional temples ...
... and other random oddities you’d not find back home. I personally loved it. It was so much different than what I grew up with. And it was obvious the place was really well kept. Had I the opportunity, I wouldn’t mind living in a place like that.
Anyway, the party carried on as a mix of both local and foreign guests shared food and spirits taking turns handling the grill. The food was amazing. I had forgot how good grilled chicken was. Same with ...
... Shiwan I got a bus back to the centre to visit the famous Zumiao Museum and Ancestral Temple. You can't go to Foshan and not see this! I spent in total about 4 hours in this place and it was the prettiest and also most interesting temple I have visited in China so far - I've visited a lot of temples so this is saying something! The carvings on the roofs were incredibly detailed and varied, and rather than just sporadic animal carvings the carvings went all the way ...