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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... It was a relief when it was time to go and collect our money.
However my day was not over as Laura had got more work for me. For the past few weeks, Laura has been working part time (on top of her regular teaching job) at an Adult training center and she asked me to cover two of her classes. There lessons were already prepped so all I had to do was turn up and follow the plans set. The first class was one 28 year old man called Allen. I had never taught one on one up till now ...
... my laptop and head there for some piece and quiet.
However the buses were horrifically busy to the point where people were fighting over the smallest spaces. I managed to squeeze on, just, through the exit (I gave the driver my bus pass which he scanned for me). As we left, my bag got stuck in the door (sorted that out eventually) and then at the next stop, I got knocked over by some idiot and during the commotion the door I was wedged next to opened, ...
... get up and circulate around the room, chatting in small groups. I'm tapped on the shoulder frequently to join in toasts and pose for pictures.
One of my favorite conversations of the evening is with a student who had surprised me during the first day introductions with his BBC-accented English. He tells me that ...
... engaging, had not been lost on most of these instructors. The engineers explained the theory behind road width, the pipe roof method of ensuring safety in tunnel excavation, and the difference between ground water and surface water quality. An applied chemist discussed glow sticks.
... of the mountain which we thought might have been it but as we started walking down the track, it began to get steeper and steeper to a point where I was gripping on for dear life as my shoes (which are normally good at hill climbing) kept losing their grip. I kept sliding from tree to tree (much to Robin's amusement). By the time it began to get less steep we were already 3/4 of the way down the mountain (an area none of us had been before) and it was so steep ...