Earl International Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... and we gave the desired answer. Phew! The stamps and signatures were placed and the gifts were handed over. It's official! We are now the parents of Qiang. All in all the ' ceremony ' took a lot shorter than expected. Less than an hour after entering the building we were standing outside again. We were informed that the waiting at the notary office could take up to 6 hours. Came out unscathed and with enough time to get make an afternoon of it.
We decided ...
... looking girl came in. It was an emotional sight. Thosescared little eyes... a little girl with nothing more than the clothes that shehad on.
When we stepped out of the elevator, it appeared that the adoptive children were alreadythere... The little scared girl turned out to be the daughter of the Americancouple. Just in front of us we noticed a little boy running into one of thewaiting rooms. We recognised him from the pictures. Our little Qiang! There wasno ...
... Tanggo is offering to walk up more to see another stunning view but no one is interested at this point so we take a bus to go down to our cars. A little bit more driving towards Maan Shan and we check in to a hotel at around 6 pm. Today dinner is provided by the organizer. All activities are finished by 8.30 pm and we head to our rooms to rest and recharge the batteries to continue the journey.
... village in Anhui province. All the houses in the village are in a very good condition. And it feels like a dream. We saw many artists doing painting and stone craft. At 7 pm we were already back in the hotel and after dinner I helped the friends with the flat tire. Luckily we fix it fast, just 45 minutes. Time is running so fast. At 11.30 pm I go to bed as usual.
... is something I experienced as a mid-level manager in the past, the expectation upon you to maintain discipline and order, but absolutely no power from above to do so. In fact, here I am regularly undercut in my attempts to control kids and discipline them by the very administration that requires I keep things interesting when they want me to. A case in point was with one particular class and one particular head teacher in which one ...