Grand Oriental Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... instead of a teaspoon of vanilla. Their ice cream was a little on the brownish side J
Marks had to be in on Friday but we’re still teaching our last units and had to “guess” what the students would receive for a mark. The reports aren’t printed until next Friday so we can change things if necessary.
As you can see in the pictures, we have 3 staff who are pregnant – 1 due any day ...
Happy Victoria Day weekend! It finally sounds like spring has arrived: some warm weather, the ferry is open and the lobster season started – all good things! We've entered the wet season here, but it hasn’t caused us too much grief yet. The thunder and lightning storms are spectacular and can last for hours. If you’re out in one of those, there’s no way to stay dry – it’s a deluge of rain. We tried to get to the ...
... John and I have ever gone without seeing each other. May 1 was a national holiday here so Tim and I were able to take them around to the sights here. We spent a lot of time in grocery stores and markets! We all went for a massage and John had a $3.00 haircut, as you can see in the picture. They took more luggage home for us, so when we walk out in June, we’ll each just have one suitcase and a backpack. Six weeks of teaching ...
... together. It was a “first”, so some glitches, but we did learn how to make dumplings and played an interactive game. We’d never been to this village before and will try to go back some Saturday – it was really neat.
We hear the snow is melting fast, but not too fast which is a blessing. Today it’s 37 with the humidity here so the AC will be my best friend in the weeks to come.
Till next time,
Helen & Tim ...
... buzzing! It was in a little square, with many shrines and also a massive place to put your burning incense. The whole area was smoky and smelled really nice! There were even giant incense sticks that they were trying to light in these big furnaces but it wasn't really working! Great views, obviously the Buddha was supposed to be the main attraction and it was pretty impressive, we were able to walk halfway up it too. It's obviously not a very old Buddha but it was ...