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... to one upstairs.
Running now, back up the stairs, I was out of breath by the time I reached the correct gate, which was already empty and looking ready to close. Once I got through the tunnel and onto the bus however, it turned out we had plenty of time to sit on the tarmac for another ten minutes before heading to the plane. Which departed with a slight delay in the end.
This delay was making me nervous, as I had to change planes and ...
... i have managed to have an all expenses paid trip to Beijing to do some educational theatre to some toddlers and their parents. (They have never experienced this before).
-Lots of culutral difference with Chinese and AMERICANS.
-A swollen anke full of bites.
-Loss of voice.
That is all i can think of for now.. the next blog will come sooner, i promise.
... much to say; I was scheduled to be filmed for Grade Three Class One at Gubei Primary, and for Grade Three Class Five at Tianshan 2 Primary. Fortunately (as far as I'm concerned :o) ) the program manager was covering classes for some other teacher and so could not come along, which meant that it was just the lovely Ada who came to film. I'm very happy to say that my students were delightful as always, not to mention impeccably behaved (not as always!), to ...
... decadence, living the ex-pat lifestyle of Shanghai in every moment he wasn't busy at work. It was great to catch up 11 months after last seeing him when he best-manned our wedding.
Alex lives in a flat in the French Concession district. After the Opium Wars in the 19th century, various Western nations demanded areas of Shanghai to use as a trading port (the same time the British took Hong Kong). These areas of town were only ...
... pay, I thought I was going to pass out. I got really claustrophobic and clammy and sweaty. I felt like I was getting swallowed up. But, I made it through because I had to. Otherwise I would have been stuck in the subway station all night!
Today, I did pretty much absolutely nothing. After a few days of walking a ton, it was really nice. I feel like I am more tired on vacation than I have been working all week, so I definitely ...