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It's almost the end of March, but none of us seem to be experiencing spring-like weather. The pictures and accounts of the amount of snow at home are incredible. Here we’ve moved from "winter" to “summer” with increased humidity and rising temperatures. It’s not “stinkin’ hot” yet but everything is damp, even wet with humidity. The stairs at school are slick, the salt in the shaker is a mush and ...
... us all completely and utterly drained. Such a tiring week, we're still getting used to teaching I guess and planning is still taking a while. Still loads of fun though! We observed a few other lessons to get some ideas for our own lessons, which was useful.
The plan was to go to Foshan that weekend, which is a few hours away. In the end though, we just weren't prepared enough - turns out there is so much to do there and so we would probably have to ...
... the police take them away the shop just replaces them again. It's busy and hectic all the time, and again a really awesome atmosphere. I joined a gym this week too, there's only one woman there who speaks English and she giggles so much and gets all embarrassed when she talks to us, it's really funny. I feel a lot more settled now I have a gym to go to!
The four of us at Dao Ming school got into a little routine last week - every day at the end of school ...
... cramped and the food was expensive and not good, but I chatted a bit to the Chinese people in my cabin (with great help from my Mandarin phrasebook) and saw lots of fireworks and Chinese lanterns out the window (because it was the Lantern Festival that night) which were really pretty. We also went through some really nice cities all lit up in the dark. As the sun started to come up and we were nearly there, you could immediately tell the difference between the north and ...
... staff and students dressed up as a book character. My costume resources are quite limited here so I went as one of the dogs in 101 Dalmatians. Tim went as a principal from some obscure book – same costume (or lack of costume) as he used at home.
The school year had been running pretty smoothly as far as bizarre incidents went, with very little drama, but that has changed these last couple of weeks. First Tim made a discovery on one ...