Central Plaza Hotel
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... students is so important for differentiation was particularly useful.
When Paul took me out for a meal on Wednesday he thanked me again, and then said the one person he would never have in the centre delivering pd again was Stefan. He said he (Paul) had been delivering a pd session on lesson planning (which Paul is a stickler about) and he asked Stefan to deliver it with him. He said Stefan sat at the back of the room ...
Dalian is a coastal city which is a popular holiday resort. Because it was Chinese New Year, lots of people were about and there was a party atmosphere. We had a welcome party of dancers on the quayside and in People's Square kids were flying kites. We had an overview of the city from Green Hill viewing platform and drove all the way round Xinghai Square which is the largest in Asia, larger even than Tiananmen ...
... was a tough day in store. This post is being written in a Café at Dalian airport. We have been split into 2 groups for the flight to Dezhou. At this point I need to take back the comment made before departure about bad coffee in China. I've visited 3 cafes and ALL have made pretty good coffee. A flat white, latte and mocha have all been good. The second group are about to head for check-in so. Dezhou here we come... (PHOTOS TO COME - CAFE WIFI COULDN'T ...
... and headed straight for beer! You will have seen the pictures of us in the German style beer garden drinking imported European Beer - a bit strange when you're in China but hey - this is a Brass Band after all. Dinner options were many and varied. The hotel's revolving restaurant serves a full buffet with ALL YOU CAN DRINK BEER for NZ$13 so a number of the band ...
... that made it work and maintained the main functionality. After some discussion we confirmed that a burnt out fuse under the bonnet had now been bypassed with hard wiring - this was rectified so it could not be the cause of another fire in the car. Dinner was next so about 10 of us crossed the road to some small markets and ordered some kebab sticks. A great night as we sat behind their stall and ate until we were full. The food we cheap and for about $3-4 each we had food and ...