Hanyong Business Hotel
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Just got to sit for 3 hours as our flight has been delayed....... MDW has swollen feet but still wearing shoes with heels (Clarks). Shame I tossed MDW's old worn out shoes at Heathrow. Felt rich when I got HK$50 for £5 but brought back to earth when a can of coke cost ...
... I'm all the better for it, and can take an enormous amount from my time spent on this side of the world. I'm immensely happy with what I achieved here, but now it's (finally) time to chill out, get some R&R, and start to work on getting my English back up to scratch... The last few weeks in Beijing were focused heavily on the HSK 3 exam, which I took on May 10th. It was an hour and a half divided between listening, reading, grammar and a tiny bit ...
... to have a day off (sorry Mom and Dad). Sure, I definitely tried, and about 50% of the students put some effort into it. Some kids filled the same answer for everything--a seriously unfathomable happening in China, because here's the big difference: Chinese schools train their kids to memorize these types of exams. They will do them over and over--school days are 16 or so hours long. My students wake up at 6:30am, and get out of class at 10:30pm. No ...
Hellooooo from Hong Kong! So far we had a lot of complaining, a lot of down time, and very little sleep. We are already starting to notice that Julia will most likely blend right in and that I can no longer make as many asian jokes (at least not out loud). Summary of our flight: 1. watched the heat 2. found out indian vegetarian food is the way to ...
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Lisa and I debated the matter and feeling brave with words like well we are here, we must try it. We put on our blinkers and walked with purpose directly to the cable car station, not looking or checking prices for either of the two other options. Once in the queue we were trapped as all good tourist operates the Ngong Ping 360 is no different get them in there and do not allow any or offer any means of escape, unless you ...