Yue Lai Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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So... that's it. I've officially finished my TEFL internship at Dao Ming. 1.5 weeks of goodbyes and games with 450 students and several teachers. I still don't think it's hit me properly although I did tear up in a couple of lessons. This has probably been one of the best times of my life and I've had so much fun, the school has been great and it really feels like they care about what we do rather than having us just as a 'look we have a ...
... than the Chinese food in this region). Last night we went to the Wanda Hotel (new and luxurious) for an International Food Event for charity. As you can tell, eating is one of the main entertainments here!
Tim and I both had a last trip to Dr. Hugo at Global Doctors this week. I had another gastro-virus, and couldn’t eat for a couple of days (horror of horrors) and Tim had a throat infection with the ...
... some of that beauty once you use them as a reading tool instead.
Headed back, had a nice stir-fry for dinner from the food market and then chilled out with Catherine and the guys.
The week just gone I've been finalising my travel plans for 5 weeks around China. Since we finish earlier than we thought we would, I'm not going to Hong Kong to renew my visa - maybe I'll use the extra time to do some more of SE Asia after China. Starting off in Zhangjiajie, ...
... a couple of days in Munich and then fly to Halifax where we’ll visit for a few days before returning to the Island. We’ve very excited about the Rhine River cruise – it’s been on my “bucket list” for a long time. It was our plan to see more of China after we finished school, but the extreme heat and the lure of a German marathon changed our minds.
I know there are lots of exciting ...
... rolling in, it was a culinary sensation! Different teas to try and so many different tasty foods to try: noodles, greens, steamed buns, dumplings, even cheese cake! We don’t like much of the local Chinese food but Sharon had ordered dishes she thought westerns would like and we did! It was a delightful morning and she’s going to organize another one before we leave.
We plan to go for our last trip to Shenzhen tomorrow and have ...