Doubletree By Hilton Huaqiao Kunshan
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Good Morning from China!
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 ...
... didnīt seem to care at all. We were literally furious and started to complain. Nevertheless, we still thought there might not be enough space for all of us (we were four). Suddenly another girl appeared and invited two more people to get on the bus. We realized we wouldnīt be fitting thanks to those two guys that had just skipped the queue. I tried to shout at the driver but he didn't understand anything. The old man apparently knew what was going on because he could see ...
... ten times worse than that ride. Still it is part of the experience of travelling and we are coping so far. We have found some more Interesting streets tonight so we will investigate them tomorrow in the light of day will be safer. Speaking of safe - there are so many police and security people around you do feel quite safe. They all have whistles and today Gary got the whistle blown at him because he stood on a wooden bench to get a better photo. It was so funny - well for me ...
... in the image of a grossly overladen bicycle, laboriously peddled by a thin shabbily coated man through a toxic, sulphurous dark night.
We did not need or want a glamorous hotel for the one short evening before we flew out to Rome and onto Sicily the following day. All we needed was a clean, comfortable room with close proximity to the Pudong International Airport. Although our agent David was concerned about our ...
The forecast has been mid teens so warm clothes were packed. A long flight without mishaps of the South China Sea meant we landed in Shanghai on Saturday evening. The hotel was as I remembered it, small, clean and with a comfy bed. Sunday I awoke to bright sunshine and people everywhere (it is Shanghai). A quick breakfast of boiled egg, noodles and boiled green something (vegetables?). Then off for a walk to get my metro card topped up, a SIM for my phone and some ...