Shanshui Trends Hotel Zhaoqing Xijiang North Road
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In the morning, Helen and Carlo dropped me off at a park and said we would have lunch in the mountains later. I walked around and had a nap, then met them, excited for lunch, at their office again. Suddenly, the restaurant wasn't open, and we went to this ****** sushi place. OK, fine, whatever.
At that point, I still believed everything Helen said. Even talking about "business" all night, and how everyone in her line of work is ...
... which we enjoyed later, along with some PARMESAN CHEESE from ITALY. Wow.
I dropped my stuff off at Carlo's house because I couldn't stay at Helen's. This was the first fishy part about her. She bought me dinner at a nice restaurant that was open late, and we talked late into the night at Carlo's house about the furniture part sales business. It's sleazier than you'd think.
Due to the heavy downpour yesterday, our community service at the elderly centre unfortunately had to be canceled. Dragonfly stepped up and provided our students with an alternative cultural experience. Zhaoqing is famous for its ink stone carving and we had the privilege of going to the community hall to work with an ink stone specialist. ...
... came back for a warm lunch and ginger tea to reenergize for the afternoon. The groups rotated activities and came back full of new skills and memories. After a sumptuous dinner, students designed or created special, personal gifts for the elderly who reside in a nearby nursing home. Students were proud of their accomplishments and giving back to the community. After a long, damp day, students retired to their rooms in preparation for another adventurous day to ...
... of challenges that included dancing, funny face making, chants and number of jumping jacks completed. Finally, we had a group reflection on the days activities and learned about our schedule for tomorrow. Tired but happy, students retired to their rooms to relax before lights out. Here are some pictures to show our first day. There are many more that we will share when we ...