Doubletree By Hilton Huaqiao Kunshan
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... first level was for home goods and the second level was groceries. Strike that and reverse it. I had to get downstairs for the groceries and the home goods were at street level. Anyway, I was prepared to shop this time. I had my iPhone in hand and opened to my Chinese-English dictionary ready to ask for help as needed. I needed help the moment I walked in the door. I was trying to find a computer mouse and after flailing about once again thinking ...
... frequent Big Bamboos while in Shanghai, but there are some really important games on at the mo, and I'm loving having the opportunity to watch them on the big screen. Having said that, the Ranfurly Shield match against Wellington couldn't be found, so we had to satisfy ourselves with drinking beer and waiting for the result to come out on stuff. Another good result. What a month of rugby for Hawkes Bay, eh!
... were all super easy, thankfully. Stephanie and I checked into the hotel and walked around for a bit. After this long day we ordered in. Not going adventurous tonight; we ordered western food = sandwiches. We are saving some food exploring for tomorrow. Our plans for tomorrow could lead to some fun adventures! ...
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It feels like so much has happened since my last post so I will try and remember to include everything I can!
The rest of my teaching week went great! On Tuesday I went to the school curriculum leader and proposed a reading buddy program which has absolutely taken off! My class did two sessions of reading buddies with two of the younger classes and it was a huge success. The students loved it, both older and younger, and it was ...
... guide met us at Suzhou and took us to the Master of Nets Garden. This garden is over 800 years old and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was amazing, even Gary enjoyed it. We then went on a cruise down the Grand Canal. This Canal is 1794 km in length and starts in Beijing and goes to the Hangzhou in the south. It is the oldest and longest man made watercourse in the world. It was really nice to see the ancient city gates and stone bridges that you ...