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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... often used to time driving somewhere or coming home so that it roughly coincided with the start of my baby's naptime. Then once we were home I'd transfer my baby into his bassinet or crib, and he'd have a lovely long nap. I've been known to take the long route home for just this reason! Although these techniques are generally successful, obviously you don't want to be obliged to drive around with your baby every night just so he'll go to sleep. The idea of these techniques is ...
... coming from various clans in the Guangdong region all with the Chen surname. This was after a man named Chen got 3rd place in the highest imperial examination and had conferred upon him a distinguished title. Someone then suggested that all the Chen's build a temple to sacrifice to the ancestors and encourage their offspring to study hard. The buildings served as short-term accommodation for family members when they ...
Guangzhou is #3 among Chinese cities with a population somewhere between 13 and 20 million people.
Its location in Southern China on the Pearl River, only about 75 miles North of Hong Kong, made it a strategic military and trading center even before history began. A thriving city existed here by 206 BC, then known as Panyu, when it became the capital of the regional Nanyue Kingdom. The location is one of the ...
... super-cool (not!) heat reflecting umbrella with me from now on.
On the work front I had a pretty positive appraisal last week, and we get a new DOS (teachers boss) starting after Dragon boat festival next week, so am hoping that things will improve. We are still short of 3 foreign teachers, and everyone has really heavy workloads as a result. Apparently there will be a new intake of teachers next month, in time to help with summer school over Jul and Aug.
... travelling with me and we had our passports checked and stamped at both check points at the border (one to leave Hong Kong and one to enter China, fifty meters apart) without having to get out. I then had to hop on a bigger bus with comfortable leather seats for my journey to Guangzhou, a journey which took a couple of hours. My purpose for going to Guangzhou was to visit some old friends.
I stayed a couple of days, went to my favourite live music bar with my Chinese ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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