Nan Hu Hotel Ma'anshan
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J Foley after meeting our lovely new friends, Shani McNaghten and Arran
Wilson, the singers, at Blue Frog, Aqua City, Nanjing on Sunday night, especially when Elvis did a shout out for Caroline and
Will and sang 'Marie's the name of his latest flame'. Great fun!
... pagoda (called the Porcelain Tower of Nanjing) which we have watched being constructed is obviously part of what is going to be an enormous new area similar to Mendong. The art area is still in construction and although there was a cafe and a bar there with staff in them in typically Chinese fashion they didn't have any drinks or food to serve! There were a few people wandering around and it ...
... hair extensions and using the photo booth. Sam kept returning to the Mario Kart competition to maintain his high score (although by the end of the day he got pipped), and enjoyed science activities. There were musical performances through the day on the stage. Emma sang with the junior choir and we danced to the senior band. It was a shame Steve wasn’t with us. We had a great day – Lochie said it was his best day so far in ...
This week has flown by. I am now getting out for walks around Masterland whenever I can, and have begun Chinese lessons. I had my first lesson on Tuesday. My plan is to do two, 2-hour classes a week, and learn as much as I can before starting work in August.
The days are warming up. We've had high 20’s and low 30’s during the week, and at times it was 25 degrees at 8am. It does not cool down much over night. ...
... sitting up late into the night). Our house Internet totally shut down recently and it was panic stations (luckily my clever husband fixed it).
This week I:
- discovered Auchan (local shopping centre with a Subway)
- used Google Translate to talk to Ayi! Yay! (but only one-way communication at this stage)
- experienced Korean BBQ dining with Foundation staff (metal chopsticks are extra challenging!)
- had ...