Dongying Guest House
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... like 30 dollars
Australian maybe a bit less. A bit
nervous to climb the mountain it’s meant to be very difficult.
Also today we were told that a replacement for CJ, who quit
a couple of weeks ago would be arriving this weekend. We don’t much know much
about him except that he’s is also with the ImmerQi program, British and is
arriving from Hong Kong. So we will have to wait and see. ...
... br> to bake an apple cake after Wendy suggested it and I was very surprised to see
that it worked. The cake itself was a bit bland but the apples sweetened it and
gave it a nice flavour. I am still unable to find any vanilla essence or
anything remotely similar but I am keeping an eye out. Had a nice relaxing rest
of the afternoon reading harry potter which Alina has leant to me (thank
goodness!!) it’s nice having something to read again. ...
different foods however I’ve never been that keen on most of them because they
can look very dodgy. Anyway our first stop in the tour of “Weifang’s famous
foods” was one of these food vendors, it wasn’t a particularly special one, it
didn’t sell any different from the others but we all lined up to get some
anyway. Another custom in china is that if someone invites you out to dinner
they are expected to pay for ...
... like our there are a lot of empty buildings and
buildings being built. We visited the
main mall that they go to, the underground shopping street that they have and
had a look around at what we could have for dinner.
We decided to go with “the frying pan” which was a Korean
Chicken BBQ place… it was so good! They played western music so it even felt
like I was in normal restaurant back home. i ordered ...
Nothing could prepare me for what I would experience so far in China. Most people would think that the teaching aspect would be the most difficult to adapt to, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching in China so far. The students are great and love engaging with a foreigner for some it’s a bit of a frightening experience, seeing a foreigner for the first time. The most difficult adaptation I have made would have to be that of food. Chinese food as we know it back home ...