Motel 168 Guangzhou Avenue
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... first, at around 10 am, we had our lunch. But not the traditional order from a restaurant way. Actually, one part was a number of fire pits, stone seats and tables. Here, the students were given buckets of vegetables, meats and noodles and were charged to cook their own meals. Unfortunately, I had eat what they served up so there was motivation on my part to lend a helping hand so that I wouldn’t be served any raw meat.
The food came out pretty ...
... for 4 straight hours. Tim and I put on quite the show with our cupcake walk and there was a lot of hard selling at first, especially since a lot of the adults don’t speak English. We were exhausted by the end, but one of my mothers had made a tiramisu for us to bring home (she makes THE best!) so that helped with our recovery.
Just 2 more weeks till our winter break. We finish our second reporting period ...
On Sunday, ...
... terminal for boats to Hong Kong as well as cruise ships so there is a strong western presence. The QSI school where we had our sessions has over 1200 students on it's 4 campuses. There were 2 imported food stores beside the school so it was funny to see our staff pouring over the products to see what was different from our stores. The big ticket item was boxes of cereal at a reasonable price. I also bought a can of pumpkin and some peach jam - great finds!
... and have been very successful. We had a great time with the students, all friendly and open and happy to chat. Sam in particulate had a wonderful time chatting with a young lady and telling her about the love of God and praying with her. Later that afternoon we were blessed to be in invited to Coco's (a lovely lady in the church) home and she put on an incredible spread for ...