Naza International Youth Hostel
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... to gather in one of their rooms for a video diary session. Mattresses
on floor, they huddle together, and reflect on their journey once again. Adventurous
tales are told, cultural notes and comparisons are done, they fall into a heap
together….tired, but blissful in the company of each other, and smiles still in
abundance. Dr Zee reveals her hidden stash of Tim Tams……aaaahhh…what better way
could you end this night?!
... were given about modern travel, flexible arrangements and the fact that we do not know when we want to come back or how. Although Craig did mention earlier that we did have a flight booked to fly out of NZ to the Cook Islands, Tony was too busy trying to explain about the wedding and Helen was searching her paperwork for the photocopy of the group booking for the Cook Islands flight, as she had also recognised about the Cook Islands flight.
It took ...
... supplies for my curriculum, like flashcards and guided reading books. Inside was a stuffed bear puppet, which I would really like to include because I think puppets are awesome and some of my best teachers as a small child used a puppet. He said after this meeting we could get going, and the other American teachers and I had plans to go to Hong Mei for dinner. Al and I got a taxi so we could go home and shower, and the other teachers met us at my place so ...
... of our taxi voyages to the hotel, then shared a smile as our bus driver curved across all the lanes of the highway. A move which would have greeted him with a symphony of car horns had he attempted such a merge on the Eastern Fwy in Melbourne. As we drove I felt an unexpected twinge of nostalgia. Not of home, but of Japan. The smell and much of the scenery reminded me of how much I loved Japan, though I had given it little thought in ...
... the end, we were sorting out how the taxi allocation system worked, and were almost picked up by a rogue driver, so had to return to the concourse and find the right exit to the proper taxi rank. There was no official ticket, or prepay, but it had a despatcher in uniform. The driver was slow to put on the meter, but did so when asked, bringing up a 14RMB flag fall. The trip was pretty quick on flyovers, freeways and the spectacular Nanpu ...