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... students with their English work, going to school was anything but boring. I think our group is very fortunate to have made such good friends with so many students, including non-international kids! I think some of the best times at school were when students would come into our room and stay with us. Whether it was playing cards, going to get smoothies, or regularly skipping class to hang out with us, I think the bonds we created with everyone are unbreakable.
... has splendid new motorways and bridges and large numbers of huge apartment buildings going up. Temperatures up to 20oC forecast through the week, and mostly eventuate, so it's rather exhausting, especially with the Golden Week crowds. Monday was first a shakedown in the hotel and then a wander around the grounds. Accor must have done some special sort of deal, because the 4 Accor hotel complex surrounds a lovely park with mature trees, fountains, fake but lovely waterfall ...
... our room- called the vip room to change.
There was quite the fiasco with putting on the uniform. Many students uniforms did not fit properly. So most of us ended up in half the uniform- either shirt or pants, with the other clothes that we had come to school in. It was at this point that we discovered the school bathrooms had no western style toilets or toilet paper.(when in ...
Thursday morning - I got up to give an 8am class, but again.... NO students!!!
A lady tried to explain why, but communication between us was limited, but i figured it was meant to be that the class ran on alternative weeks and this was a week off.
Ah well my 10:10 students did turn up - was good to see them all again. :)
Once class was over... Mom and I were on the go again - on our way to Xi'an...
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... dinner, we all went over to the town square for their Friday night dance party. Our room in Mrs. Yen's home is very small and rustic, with the most uncomfortable bed I've ever slept on and a sack of hay and rice for a pillow, but it was a most memorable experience and gave Malia a feel for village life. Today, after a paper cutting demonstration and some arts & crafts for the children, we board a plane for Chengdu, home of the giant ...