7 Days Inn (Guangzhou Luochongwei)
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... for about three weeks. With over 55,000 booths run by over 22,000 companies this is one of the biggest trade fairs in China if not the world. The show is broken down into three phases. The first week is mostly electrical, mechanical and building goods. The second week is home stuff, consumer products and gifts. Then the third week is pretty much everything else, clothing/textiles, shoes, medical/dental, recreation ...
... for the first time. Both
highlighted what was a miserable trip to Guangzhou.
On Friday, Shubham, our Indian coworker, invited us to the fourth
floor to celebrate the Dewali Festival. Other than the fact it was a holiday to
cook some curry, our host could not tell us much more about it. Howbeit, we
still had a good time as our hosts, Shabhum and Nathan, invited some other
people to join us for some curry and drinks.
... had taken The Very Hungry Caterpillar as the book to read. It was very popular with all the age groups - one 13 year old boy read it aloud to me with great expression, and he thought it was quite funny!
The lunch was more like a banquet - at one stage we had the plates of food tiered 3 high to try and fit them all on the table! There were 2 quite chatty teenagers at my table, and a younger girl who was a little shy, but kept smiling at me. Very cute! We had some ...
... buildings appear ghostly as the smog levels have noticeably risen.
I should have probably included this segment under football, but being as that I am playing more often, rather than wait for my dad and brother to ship me my boots from back home, I made an investment and purchased a pair Sunday night at the local football park. They’re a pair of knock off Nikes, but I can’t complain. I ended up only paying 35 Yuan for the boots, which comes out to ...
... park, swimming pool, gymnasium, restaurants, market stalls, museum, and art museum besides plant and flower gardens.
At 3 PM, we found our way back to our entrance (one of five) to the park and headed to the subway. When we got on the subway it was crowded, but two young women stood and offered their seats to us. Joe was reluctant to sit, but the young women were insistent. A family from India talked with us before they got off. Being westerns we were ...