Howard Garden Suites
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... de ma note 73%. :-) Même la prof m'a félicité en me remettant le papier.
Le jour suivant, j'ai présenté un livre pour enfants qui s'intitule I love you like crazy cakes que j'ai traduit de l'anglais au chinois pour mon cours d'Introduction à la traduction. Ce livre raconte l'histoire d'une femme étrangère qui va en Chine adopter une fille. La présentation orale vaut 10% du cours.
Mercredi le 4 novembre, j'ai eu une autre ...
... me I didn't so much that morning) so I bought four sponge cake skewers (I got Sponge Bob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs and Gary). Sponge cake in Chinese is 雞蛋糕 but the first character ji is the word for chicken. I find its funny. Then we walked and chat, took some pictures and around 6 pm, we decided to come back home. But we weren't a bit lost and we waited bus, since we were waiting a long time, we finally decided to take cab. Because we were five people ...
... to Brisbane in the airport. She is a retired music teacher and has led a really interesting life. I gave her my email address and she has already sent me an email and invited me to her home! The world is full of some really lovely and interesting people! Had a lovely meal cooked by Steve round at his flat tonight with Steve, Mathew, Tom, Will, and our CC, June, and her husband, Teddy. Angela and Hanani were supposed to come as well but didn't ...
... like a national trust park. We tried our hand at panning for gold and explored a section of tunnel which was eery and close. Apparently the word 'snake' and whistling are both banned in the mines... We tried both just to see if we would get into trouble.
It was a roasting hot day, and the jet-lag was really kicking in, so we took a bus out to Jiu Feng Alley, a famous old market street in a village near Jingaushi. It was exactly as you ...
... 101 and then another night market. Once we got to Taipei 101, we realised there was a massive queue for a tower that realistically is only a little higher up than our flat anyway, so we skipped that. We headed on to the Songshan area to visit the Raohe night market. We were going to pick Hauxi which is kind of famous, except it's famous because twenty years ago it was a red light district for underage girls and also for watching snakes being skinned alive for food. Having already seen ...