Holiday Inn Hefei
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Sunday, the 31st of August went bye very quietly. We had our first lay in. A little too long actually...turned out we were too late for breakfast. Even Caitlin didn't wake up before ten.Eventually our eyes and the curtains opened. It was a misty day. Because of theintense smog it always appears misty here, but this morning it seemed much denserthen …
... Children's Welfare Institute. We were kindly received by the Director of the home and one of his attendants. Needless to say, Qiang recognized the surroundings and he ran ahead merrily with the director's assistant. In turn he was warmly received by his friends. The orphanage is regarded has one of the better orphanages, but our perception is that it is far below western standards. We saw two large dormitories from the hall, each containing approximately 24 ...
... Tanggo is offering to walk up more to see another stunning view but no one is interested at this point so we take a bus to go down to our cars. A little bit more driving towards Maan Shan and we check in to a hotel at around 6 pm. Today dinner is provided by the organizer. All activities are finished by 8.30 pm and we head to our rooms to rest and recharge the batteries to continue the journey.
... village in Anhui province. All the houses in the village are in a very good condition. And it feels like a dream. We saw many artists doing painting and stone craft. At 7 pm we were already back in the hotel and after dinner I helped the friends with the flat tire. Luckily we fix it fast, just 45 minutes. Time is running so fast. At 11.30 pm I go to bed as usual.
... and slightly disheartened Andy.
Now don’t get me wrong, I still take my position as a teacher seriously, but it seems no one else does any more. Lately all these little ***** care about is studying for the SAT, which is tomorrow, thank God, and at times I’ve had kids get up and walk out of a class I had planned so they could sit in the empty room next door and study or cook meth or something. The very ...