Green Land Hotel
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... where access to education is limited or requires boarding outside the primary place of residence. Additionally, India either does not rank or does not participate in the PISA testing. It would be interesting to compare the differences between students that are educated in the Indian government schools and those educated in the private schools. Overall, I had a great experience this summer and came away with the realization and understanding that good teaching ...
... are becoming used to the crowds in China, there are so many people! Eventually we make our way down past the Buddha and it is quite something. It is 12,000 years old and carved into the cliff face overlooking the confluence of the Dadu and Min rivers. He is a big Buddha! He is 71m tall, his ears are 7m long, his shoulders span 28m and his big toes are 8.5m long! When the monk Haitong started the project he hoped that Buddha would calm the ...
... a nice courtyard with a stage at one end and tables with people sat drinking tea scattered around it and a balcony above with more people. There was a man on stage holding onto 5 metal hoops, doing that trick where you link them up then magically pull them apart again. Once sat down the girl started talking to us in very broken English, we weren't fully sure what she was trying to explain but she kept repeating 300 yuan and then laughing to herself for not knowing how to say the ...
... all speak English and understand me, they can never understand what is being said in American movies. They wanted to know why American actors are impossible to understand, and I told them it is probably because they talk really fast. The teachers said it isn't that--it is something else. I decided it is probably because they all have German accents. Hehehehehe. Anyway, I asked them if it was safe to eat the meat in the cafeteria since I really don't want to eat ...
... seated, and had to do the walk of S.H.A.M.E. (Slightly Hellish Amble of Major Embarrassment) to our places at the back. I awoke from a nap to the most mind-boggling thing I've seen to date in China. Every single person on the flight, except for Lucy and I, was doing uniform exercises to the beat of the stewardess' instructions.
If you can imagine how the safety demonstration goes at the beginning of a flight, you can envision the focus and attention that most ...