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... Ann, and their driver, Ding, were patiently waiting. Being three of maybe 20 foreigners in this massive crowd, we weren't hard to miss. After a warm welcome we headed out into the rain. Having a driver is cheap and common in China, and on the trip back to their apartment, I found the reasoning behind it. They don't drive like we do here in the States. It's more like a Mario Carts. It's a free-for-all! As we were heading down the highway, I ...
... for people watching (funny poses). Now not knowing what else to do and not wanting to go in one of the million top brand shopping malls we found a beautiful park right in the centre. We sat here for a few hours watching the sun set and all the lights turn on. This was a really nice relaxing time which we enjoyed. Quite a tireing day meant that Rachel didn't have long to worry about the room before she fell asleep. The next day we had a few jobs to job and ...
... where I was wondering whether it could be worth bringing a camcorder to every lesson!! :P
I've been on a couple of school trips lately - this first was Gubei Primary's spring outing; which consisted of spending the morning as Shanghai Expo and the afternoon watching various dancing and acrobatic performances on ice.
The second of the trips was a morning trip with Tianshan 2 to watch a play about a boy and a giant duck... It was all ...
Our trip to Thailand started with a bang! Our flight was delayed from Harbin, so we nearly missed our transfer in the Shanghai Pudong airport. The following is a "list poem" (a way to teach parts of speech in an English class...nouns and pronouns are in bold, verbs are in italics) detailing our mad dash to escape China and make it to the island ...
... anyways. I'm guessing many of them had already left for vacation. Either way, it wasn't too bad working 6 days in a row for 8 days off.
Saturday, after I got out of work, Lindsey and I got ready to head to the French Concession to celebrate Al's birthday. The French Concession is an area in Shanghai that was governed by the French in the mid to late 1800s. The architecture is quite different than other parts of the city. It is a popular place for foreigners to hang ...
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