Weihai Baohai Hotel
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Dad's 87th birthday and Graduation Ceremony at Dalian No 14 High School with Gary Timm's Wilfred Owen playet, Gavin's choir singing war songs, and then Gary's Cinderella in Boots which was hysterical. A great afternoon with really professional presentations from the school leavers.
... and 'Plenaries'. I was really nervous about delivering these sessions as Paul is very dictatorial with his staff and has been working on differentiation for the last couple of years. The lesson plan proforma includes symbols for differentiation and VAK and teachers are expected to include these in all their lessons. Most of the teachers here: Gary, Gavin, Joseph, Amos, Ram, are all very experienced and fantastic teachers ...
... is surrounded by exotic buildings and the lights are in the shape of acacia flowers which is the city flower. The city is famous for its Police horses which are all ridden by women. There is a sculpture to them in the square. There is also a massive horizontal sculpture which goes up at the sides. Like eveyone else we had to walk up to the top but it was much steeper than it looked. After a walk round the square ...
... gong sounded once and you know the rest. We're not really sure who made up the audience - perhaps brass players, venue subscribers or perhaps just curious locals. There was no talking at all other than Nigel introducing the soloists, "Soprano Cornet, small, only 1 in band, Colin Clarke". The Maori group were predictably loved by the audience. They are awesome! Some small children cried but that too is probably predictable. It seemed perhaps that ...
When meeting for breakfast we were informed that the food standard was well below what they had experienced so far. It was our second morning at the hotel and the warm milk, noddles and rice would not normally be our first choice. Apparently when arriving on the ferry they got to see China's first aircraft carrier in the port. The location of the Dalian port is meant to be strategic and due to its proximity to Korea and access to the Pacific. A tour bus took the group for a 1/2 day ...