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Travel Blogs from Changsha
... me to a concert last weekend and bought me a Minnie Mouse bow that lights up and flashes red and blue. I wore that around Martyr's Park while drinking baijiu with orange and strawberry juice and watching people dance.
A little baby was really interested in my light up bow, so I gave it to him and now I don't have it anymore. This is the last existing photo of my Minnie bow.
I have three day weekends every week and I'm really excited about that. However, my passport is currently being scrutinized by the police department, so I can't travel anywhere until I get it back.
You all know that I can't stay in one place for long, so my Friday consisted of me riding my bike around and seeing the sights.
My first stop was supposed to be the Hunan provincial museum, which is huge and has lots of old ...
The title of this post might seem a little negative. Well to be honest, although it's getting better now, my first week at Zhuzhou Nanfang Foreign Languages School was enough to make me seriously question whether I want to apply for a PGCE next year, or indeed teach ever again!
Not that the kids here are any better or worse behaved than your average school in England; indeed, to be fair to them, with the rigorous school day they undergo (I only teach from 8am, and then only ...
... by about 30 small children as I walked through the door, most of whom clustered around me, jabbering away in Mandarin, poking at my laptop, my stickers, and looking at me with extreme interest. I realised I had walked in during what was meant to be the 10min break between lessons, and after a bit of chattering with them and showing them pictures on my laptop, we started the lesson. Thankfully, I have a Chinese TA who translates for me and keeps order. I feel a bit 'on the ...
Check it out guys, my awesome new apartment. I am moving on up. China doesn't pay as well as Korea, but the perks are amazing.
My room has only one bedroom, but I get an office and awesome living room on the very top floor. I'm in the PENTHOUSE!
There is also a wondrous rooftop patio just next to my place, which will be the place for lunches and parties in the future, I'm sure.
Check out the photos. Be jealous, be very jealous.