Nan Hu Hotel Ma'anshan
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Will flew back to the UK today for Mrs Wood's funeral (he sadly lost Mrs Woods (his "third" grandmother) and Gloria, his friend Aidan's mother over Easter weekend).
It was a gorgeous day. I have been in Nanjing at the beginning of the week supporting an English teacher in Jinling, and then went to Hangzhou on Thursday to support an English teacher in Hangzhou No 14, Stephen Gardner's centre.
This morning I caught ...
Friday, Steve and I attended cultural training organized through Ford. I was expecting a small group of men and women, but instead, there was Steve and I, and 3 Brazilian men (workmates), and that was it! I was hoping to chat generally about China – language / shopping / living / behaviors / beliefs / food etc, but it was more related to work ethics and finance. Bugger – will have to do some cultural reading.
Emma received her first award at ...
... days at home writing blogs, playing badminton at the clubhouse with our friends and just relaxing at home. When we went to Metro we had KFC soft serve cones and they were the best we’ve had since we got to China. After getting some groceries from Metro we went back home and chilled with some yoghurts that you drink with a straw. (They’re ...
Yesterday was Sports Day for Years 1-5. Due to lack of facilities at the current school, the teachers bussed the kids to a sports stadium. I was told it was close to the school, so got a bit worried when we still hadn't arrived after 30 minutes. Luckily, I had my driver speak to my friend’s driver (hahaha), we got it sorted, and I made it to the grounds (many didn’t). The grounds were pretty spectacular, but the weather was bizarre. ...
... to it since they began school, and were so excited! There are 2 buses that come through Masterland. The school Mums (all expats) stand around and chat once the kids have boarded the buses. I have been introduced to lots of people from many countries (I record names and recognizable features so I can remember who’s who), and feel very welcome. They are all friendly and helpful. Some of the Mums go walking after drop off in the mornings. I might join them next ...