Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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November 4th 2014
Smash!!!!! Don't Go Breaking My Phone
Today looked like it would be another day hunkered down in the bunker wondering whether or not I should go outside. When I looked out of the window I saw a fire in the distance. I didn’t hear any sirens nor could I see firefighters from where I was but it was eventually put out. I ate my breakfast and sat down in front of the computer to start working on the blog when ...
... and do respect you. So this also adds to the anger, because you think "how dare these few silly kids end up wasting someone else's chance to actually try and learn something?" But in this circumstance, the whole "keep calm and carry on" idea flew right out the window. I ended up bellowing at the top of my voice at them to be quiet, then marching up to the offending child and pointed at him to leave the classroom. He stood out there for the remainder of the lesson, but when I ...
... talk the agent into upgrading me so that I could fly with Renee. Of course that fell on pretty deaf ears. We gave the agent a box of chocolates anyway, which did brighten him up a bit as he bode us farewell to the oblivion of coach. We stopped off for some breakfast sandwiches. Renee got one from the unknown random airport restaurant and I stuck with the name brand Wendy’s. I had never had one of their breakfast sandwiches ...
... swanky). The Bureau Director welcomed us and then we were entertained by local school children playing traditional instruments, singing & dancing. The kids were very happy with fish & chips and spaghetti bolognaise being available. After 5 days of Chinese dishes, the kitchen staff found it difficult to keep up with the demand for the fries! Old Orchard can be very proud of the way Edward, Yanling and Martin carried themselves today. They have been wonderful ambassadors for our ...
... of anything, no passports or visas to look at or anything … then there were people selling toys and gadgets and old men smoking and stinky people squatting in open toilets.
Our bags were the first out and literally as soon as we walked out of the airport, Bobby (our driver) was shouting 'Kirsty’s is that you?’ – So everything was actually quite efficient and smooth running. A woman called Kristal from Australia was already at ...