Grand Metropark Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... enjoyed himself a nice bowl of noodles at a little stand while we sat in the cab in disbelief AND with the meter running -_-
Once we got on our way, to make the story shorter, we were about 40 minutes into the cab ride...so Drew and I kept looking around like where the heck is this guy taking us?! We were in the middle of China in some unknown town, with not a single soul who speaks English and everything looked ancient. Not to mention that our cab driver ...
... in a lunch room for the teachers. After lunch they get ready for nap and are in bed and usually asleep by 1245PM. Nap time is until 230, but I have a break from 1-2pm. I usually read a book or work on my weekly observations of the children that I must write out. After nap they wake up and have a snack and then are outside playing until 330 when their parents, but usually grandparents pick them up. I clean the classroom after ...
... laid back than any of the others I had been to. With the jagged mountains as the background surrounding the city it's definitely on the list of my recommendations for people to visit. I don't have much time to spend outside before I have to change and check out. As I'm checking out the owner of the hostel, the one who drove me to the right hostel the first night I got lost sees me and offers ...
Hanna Melisa birthday is the last memory Ill put in this blog. Hanna Melisa is sooo awesome. She is my most hilarious friend at Pass university. She a student here but not my student. I believe I posted a video of her talking in one of my earlier blogs. Shes from GuangDong Province where they speak Cantonese. It was here birthday and so John and I decided to surprise here by getting her a cake. In China, it is custom for the person who’s birthday it is, ...
... nearby middle school (it was about 8pm or so now--that's how late school goes). They asked me all sorts of questions, mainly consisting of my salary in China. I tell them, since it's not a big deal here at all, and they weren't too impressed--they said it was a small amount, especially for someone who has to pay for American things when I go home. I said it was fine for China, and that's where I am now. One of the teachers, who just named herself "teacher" in my phone, asked me if ...