Ningbo Hotel

Address: No.251 Mayuan Road, Haishu District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315012, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Haishu District area of Ningbo, is near Tian Yi Library.
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Travel Blogs from Ningbo

Ningbo

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Sep 25, 2014

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... time last year. Richard, the centre principal, had been delayed in the USA after a conference but the staff were great and really welcomed us in. Richard had scheduled for me to do 8 lesson observations + feedback over two days, plus one cpd session on homework on Tuesday with Will. I stayed at Ningbo FLS until thursday lunchtime and then went over to Ningbo Xaoishi, the IB centre which is Will's centre. I hadn't been there before and Silvie, the CP was ...

The itch and the pill

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jun 25, 2014

... like it needs a wash and I don't ever look under the bed. The rest of the flat gets the once over and everything looks spik'n span for the new people. If flop onto the couch and select a movie from my new internet Tv box thingy. Hmmm? BATMAN! Halfway through the movie there is a knock on the door. And there she is... She looks up at me and starts talking in a load voice with her phone wedged onto her ear. My first reaction is " is she deaf. ...

At what level ?

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 20, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... the kids. Trying to get a troupe of teachers ( that don't speak a word of English ) and a handful of 2 year olds (that haven't spoken a word of Chinese but are bawling their eyes out) to perform a basic instruction, like...Hmm......say, make a circle! It's a domino effect, one starts and the then the rest start welling up. Before you turn your back the tykes are trying escape routes. Open windows and front doors, failing that, tantrums and screaming or hysterical choking are plan ...

SPIRITUAL HEALING

A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 04, 2013

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... Buddhist statues, all of which had many people praying in front. My host family told me about the different statues and how one is prayed to for protection, one for happiness, one for gratitude, etc. Going to a Buddhist temple to pray was on my list of things to do in China, so I was happy to have been able to do it. After we left DongQian lake, my host father drove us to this lakeside bike path. We rented three sets of twin bikes and we rode around the beautiful ...

TOKEN AMERICAN FRIEND

A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 01, 2013

1 comment

... city life. We ended our day off with bubble tea at a café and I felt so happy to be able to have this escape. It was really nice being able to have intelligent conversation with somebody and not have to struggle to get my point across. As I waited for the bus to take me back home, a Chinese girl started a conversation with me. "Excuse me, are you American?" Why yes I am, and how are you? She told me that her friend wants to come to China to teach English and that she’s ...