Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
The first thing I saw as I came out of the subway station in Guangzhou, China was a tree. This was reassuring. The second thing was a McDonald's. This too presented a certain familiarity but it was mixed with a sense of disappointment. Despite this, these two things (the tree in a park and McDonald’s) gave me a chance to rehydrate, compare costs against Australian (a Big Mac set was advertised for about $4AUD, it's probably $8 in Australia), and unwind ...
... here- this traffic is ridiculous. I went into three different malls today- all within twenty minutes of a walk from one another. This is pretty crazy. Random thought: I have to keep writing creatively or it will be way too easy to lose fluency and common ...
Today- I'm sitting on the side of a street while waiting for a couple of friends to come visit my side of town. I sent a text message to my contact teacher's daughter earlier, asking the location of the nearest subway station so I could meet up with some people. I'd asked reluctantly, though I wanted to meet up with my friends, but I was terrified to go somewhere, not knowing the language of the local people and having to ask for directions. ...
... up with an outstanding save to clinch the Bronze in their first ever ACAMIS tournament!
The girls' team faced HKA in the semifinals and ended-up going to a shootout. Marika Veith and Kylisha Kiat scored to send them to the finals. In the final match TIS was up once again against the powerhouse RCHK. No team had come close to beating them all weekend and TIS played them hard. In the end ...
... school with goals coming from Kylisha Kiat, Marika Veith, Niki Leonardos, Kristy Lo, Morgan Tonner. Well done girls!
Tomorrow our boys have an important game against HKA to determine seeding in the playoffs. Our girls are also guaranteed a spot in the playoffs. Tomorrow's games should be exciting!
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