Fairmont Yangcheng Lake
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... thrown myself into it and met some amazing people and seen and done so many new things, but today its all caught up with me and its not looking like such a pretty picture. :(
I miss home, I miss my family, I miss my boyfriend, I miss my bed, I miss english food, I miss comfy things especially seats! I miss a lot of things right now!
10 days down 96 more to go! I'm hoping things will pick up when i have ...
... and me) are not allowed on campus when these exams take place.
The grounds are very green which is lovely. The classrooms all open to the outdoors - the corridors are all outside and exterior stairwells. I've avoided taking pictures of the grittier realities. I've cleaned my classroom a bit, but am trying to be one with the local environment. There is almost no custodial staff at the school - and ...
On Tuesday my friend and I took the bus to the town of Luzhi, part of which is an ancient water town (town built on the canals). We walked along the canal, over bridges, talked with locals, and had lunch. This is a tourist area, a world heritage site, but it wasn't filled with hordes of people ...
Well, just got back home yesterday, and I am starting to get the next couple of weeks planned to finish out the semester. I am also sorting through some of the presents my students bought me. Some of them are: a stuffed animal monkey. photo album, some tea from Taiwan, an Adidas hoody, and Christmas tree ornaments. The classes also got together and made us some Christmas cards which many of them signed. ...
... extends to the overtaking of money over war as the leading method of gaining ground on this new world ladder. There is little to say about either tour as a whole, both were mildly interesting but from a tourist's perspective only, at least for me as an Arts student. The commercial district tour was mostly us getting a little introduction (in Chinese) to the biggest supermarket in Shanghai and then being set loose in said supermarket. That was good; there was some stuff ...