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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... monsoon like
conditions we have been experiencing throughout the country. We had a bit of a
lazy start not heading out til nearly 11am following our wild night of The
Voice China viewing. Our first point of call was to head back down to the
Muslim Quarter to get better pictures and to visit the Great Mosque. Matt, having
specialized in Religious Studies at uni, was particularly fascinated by the
blend of Arabic and Chinese Architecture in the Mosque, which was ...
... two of my classes, a broken computer in one, and then I was told about 2 hours in advance that the Kids Class ("oh just my favorite part of the week") that night would actually be "shorter by ten minutes" which was good news actually!...but it was because we had to change location for some unknown, or at least unexplained, reason and there would be NO POWER POINT!....ugh OK OK so to induce sympathy- let me remind you the kids class is a class of about 40 kids ranging in levels ...
... as reindeer, I can only hope there is an accompanying tale to go along with this. Hopefully by the next blog I will have a better understanding of how exactly Santa gets around to the 1.3 billion people living here. I posted a video below showing some of the Christmas action here.
Thanksgiving came and went in a flash. There was very ...
... and this didn’t go down well, I softened the blow with the fact that I owed him fourteen Yuan due to the bottom bunk being more expensive.
Leaving the hostel we headed for the retail safety of Wal-Mart, however, at the top of our street, there was a police cordon, with more riot police in attendance. Apparently the disturbances had continued today and the whole city centre was on a sort of lock ...
... Chinese when conducting group work and pick a translator for group shares. This seemed to work well and helped the students feel freer to discuss things without worrying about 'losing face.'
We got to know many of the students very well has you may have noticed in this blog. They went from being Joseph's students to being friends. These particular students were invited to eat dinner with us at our first meal in ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed