Hongrui Jinling Hotel Hefei
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... swimming. It was noticeably Qiang's first time; he was particularly excited and understandably afraid. At first he had very little interest in going into the water. For the first time since we've got him, we'd noticed a very determined little boy. Verbally he couldn't express himself but the violent shake of his head was a definite NO for us. (luckily in China shaking and nodding also means ' no ' and ' yes '.) But, after some pressing and a little time in the ...
... looking girl came in. It was an emotional sight. Thosescared little eyes... a little girl with nothing more than the clothes that shehad on.
When we stepped out of the elevator, it appeared that the adoptive children were alreadythere... The little scared girl turned out to be the daughter of the Americancouple. Just in front of us we noticed a little boy running into one of thewaiting rooms. We recognised him from the pictures. Our little Qiang! There wasno ...
We start rolling at 7 am heading to Huang Shan Mountain by bus. We take a cable car to go up and do some hiking. The view is really nice but clouds are always following our group so we have to wait until the clouds clear up. It is really tiring to climb up the stairs. After getting half way we stop for lunch in a hotel on the top of the mountain. Then we continue climbing up to the cable car station. ...
After a good night rest in a luxurious hotel with clean rooms, good shower and cool air con, we wake up as usual at 6 am, take breakfast at 7 and start rolling at 8. Today plan is to drive almost 500 km and after lunch we stop by a tea shop at Chie Men in Anhui Province. We spend there about an hour testing a huge variety of teas. Then we continue to Yie Xian to see ...
The end of the school year was always a slow death, however as a student you were forced to attend, and once the weather truly got hot in Minnesota you knew it was about time to get out of Dodge. Here at my current school in China, where the school year lasts until mid-July and they give random, chaotic "holidays" intermingled with 12-14 day work periods, the end of the school year as a teacher is pure hell. You have two extremes ...