Weifang Dong Fang Hotel
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who whenever she sees me in the playground feels the need to sing “The lion
sleeps tonight” so I suppose that’s a good thing.
This weekend we are planning to climb Mount Tai which is the
most climbed mountain in the world and apparently has 7000 steps. So I spent
this afternoon preparing for that. Most people either spend the day climbing it
in order to watch the sunset ...
... to have their backs to the
class with their ears covered…. When I first started to do it the kids would
cheat, the kid that I had whispered too would just lean over and tell the last
kid. Anyway I start off easy using lyrics to the song before making them a
little trickier. The best ones were “Silly Snakes sleep” which came out as big
mixture of all of the words together or just “snakes sleep”, ...
... this spiral of tofu that was wrapped around a skewer and covered in different
spices, unlike Wendy and Adrian I was excited for this because I actually like
tofu. Plus it was much better than I was expecting, it didn’t taste bad but it
didn’t taste amazing either, it was good though. Due to the nature of food cart
food, we were able to keep walking while eating to our next stop, which we
never ended up getting a translation for but it sold a ...
... Plus there were loads of students buying and selling
things everywhere. It was fun but it was chaos. Due to my recent fear of food
poisoning I decided that I would steer clear of anything that had meat in it
because I was sceptical it would have been cooked properly. Which left me with
sweets haha and boy was there a lot of them! In china they have this weird
“cream icing” that is on all the cakes they sell here (if you read about my
... we as a class would do each
step in stages however of course with 48 kids that was not going to happen.
First I was going to get everyone to draw and cut out the face and eyes for
their ghost… then I would get them to glue it on the cups so I could hand out
the plastic bags for the ghostly tail. The kids were a bit confused at first
but they soon got really into it and some of the cup – ghosts ...