Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dragging" in true British style. It really is such a mix of emotions that I'm feeling right now (it's driving me a little crazy actually! I'm constantly thinking about things!). Part of me feels sad for leaving, but then another part of me is just too excited for going home and wants the time to hurry up! But then again, I have to remind myself not to wish the time away because I'm never going to have this experience again in my life, and ...
... are so draughty! The office isn't too bad, as they have the air conditioner heater on all the time and keep the doors closed (most of the time), but the rest of the school is very chilly. In my apartment , my bedroom is the only place I can really warm up because it has the air conditioner which I can put on heat mode (and it's constantly on 30 degrees). However, when I need to go to the bathroom, it usually involves a mad dash to get the job done as quickly as possible, as ...
... they were trying to talk "sneakily", which therefore usually brings the volume down a lot and can make the focus shift back to the lesson. When that didn't work, I tried the trick of walking amongst the culprits, and teaching the class from between their desks. Usually, by pinpointing students in this way, it can make them quickly realise they are doing wrong. However, in this case, the students continued laughing and giggling behind my back as I spoke. So, next technique: ...
... point, security cleared, second ticket point we were unceremoniously heading through customs. As this is it, we are leaving China. Wow- what a journey. We had a massive flow of appreciation and accomplishment wash over us as we were waved through by the super smiley immigration officer. I did however cause a drama- one of the loose straps on my rucksack got caught in the escalator steps causing it to be evacuated, stopped, cut and then re tested. Oops!!! Now in the ...
... 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 ...