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... say our final farewells to the other group members as everyone is heading home at different times tomorrow. And of course a big thank you to our guide Nikki who with her exceptional organisational and management skills made the trip so easy and enjoyable. Just as Krista had looked after us so well in Myanmar two years ago, so Nikki did on this trip. Insider Journeys are very lucky to have such competent young women working for ...
... the entire city has wifi by the way. When they are done they print out a receipt to give the driver. No Liz I didn't have to pay the ticket.
Once the ticket was complete we blasted off back down that last road before turning the corner and arriving at the hospital. I didn’t complain about the extra six Yuan as it isn’t even a whole dollar. I headed into the hospital parking lot, past the Starbucks with a ...
... noun, there is a market for it.
The Cricket Market was an indoor market with booth after booth of a hodgepodge of things living with some miscellaneous, but the common item was crickets. The crickets were sold in tiny boxes with clear lids or small baskets shaped like cubes with air holes woven in them. Crickets are kept as pets but also used for cricket fighting. We were told it's not cricket fighting season. What season ...
... but I was...it was just so confusing. I'm trying so hard to keep up with the masters students, and I feel as though I am doing well, and I know I'm learning, I'm just not sure what yet. Either way we, William and the English students, (today was a mixed Chinese students who had been interviewed to join our Thursday afternoon programme), spoke a lot about the word intercultural and what it means to be intercultural. This is a very ...
... were able to catch the next one. The train ride was great for viewing the country side and we were traveling a top speed of 300km/ hour, however it did not feel as though we were going that fast.
The Bund and Old Town
We were able to catch the subway from the train station and then it was only a short walk to our hotel. The streets are filled with high rise buildings and I notice ...