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... too big to jump so you just walk through – soaking feet. The last annoyance are the crazy Chinese drivers, especially the taxi drivers, who never slow down and in the rainy conditions, that means a spray or a wall of water as they plow through the water welled up against the curbs – wet everything.
Both of us needed a haircut this week. Tim has been trying to find the cheapest place for a cut. Many of the places give you a long hair wash and massage, ...
... of Ebola and with many visitors from stricken countries it could easily have devastating effects. Fortunately we are all clear and we make our way to the exhibits.
I'm here as a guest of a buyer so our first mission is to source out the products he's after. Mostly dental supplies so we wander about the first hall in search of the goods. The sheer size of this show is overwhelming. Spread across three ...
... half fills a basin every day. We now shrug our shoulders and say, as others do, “that’s life in China”. The one thing that really gets to us is not having the Internet. Tim spent hours this week working on our laptop, trying to reinstall things that were lost – he was successful so life is good (at the moment). We don’t have tv so depend on the Internet for getting shows.
The big event at school this week ...
... anywhere from one to two weeks. Granted, I always
tinker around and update my coming lessons, but the old days of slaving away to
the last minute are but memories in the rear view mirror.
Actually, this week I may have done the least amount of work
yet. Because I’ve wrapped most of my unit plannings, I spend the day playing
scrabble and looking for articles online to keep my mind busy. If not that,
then I’ll go for a walk, take ...
... had taken The Very Hungry Caterpillar as the book to read. It was very popular with all the age groups - one 13 year old boy read it aloud to me with great expression, and he thought it was quite funny!
The lunch was more like a banquet - at one stage we had the plates of food tiered 3 high to try and fit them all on the table! There were 2 quite chatty teenagers at my table, and a younger girl who was a little shy, but kept smiling at me. Very cute! We had some ...