Haiyun Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... became all too regular an occurrence during those last few months of our time in China. We were usually joined on those hot Sunday afternoons by any number of the friends we have made here (good folks from all over the world), drinking, jamming, and generally enjoying life. It would take too long to mention everybody by name, but we will miss you all, and look forward to seeing you again.
Of all the things we’ve loved about our time here, the job ...
... emotional and some of the students were crying.
On the Friday morning us foreign teachers performed 'Uptown Girl' in front of the school as part of the English show - all the grades sung their own song. We then got given presents by the principal, which are beautiful - blue and white decorated notebooks, USB sticks, pens, and card holders. Then Cherry (our boss) told us we had been the best interns yet - she probably had to say that, but ...
... I cried, but my voice was cracking and it was hard to keep it all in. Thinking back now, I would have never imagined how deep a relationship I’d have developed with some of these kids. It’s been a long road from where we began, and I know things will only get more emotional as the days near to July 13th, my return flight home.
Last weekend, from June 19th – 22nd, we had the Monday off from school ...
... the class so another full lunch with cake and finally Jeremy’s birthday with another cake and snacks!
Tim and I have enjoyed our own eating adventures. We went to another Chinese tea with some of the staff at a different hotel last Saturday with lots of delicious dishes. Rosa, the Korean translator and IE teacher at school invited 4 of us to her home for a traditional Korean meal – more delicious food ...
... everywhere here in the towns and cities that people aren't going to travel out of their way to go to a mall. Anyway, we arrived and the mall wasn't totally deserted. China has obviously been working hard to fill it up in recent years, and one section of the mall was just like a normal mall, with lots of shops. There is also a whole section that they've turned into an overpriced theme park with a rollercoaster and bumper cars. But in another section, there are a ...