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... for some of the traditions. Kyoto also has MANY Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines and we visited quite a number of them. Some were incredibly beautiful and serene, spiritual and others we visited with 50,000 other people, sort of like our trip to the pyramids.
We also took a day trip to Hiroshima, which was moving and disturbing, but also uplifting with its message of peace. Like when we visited ...
... impassible and then old sheets and linens were added to the mess. I was walking down with another teacher and asked where they were all from. She scrunched up her face and said before the sex trade crackdown last spring, the upstairs was a foot massage/brothel and it was apparently being renovated. GROSS! and even worse was that a sign was put opened up on the heap of junk and people came, bought and hauled away all the chairs!!!
... and we were encouraged to wear our "colours" Some of my Korean students wore their traditional costumes - so beautiful! The food was AMAZING and from about 15 different countries. This was obviously a popular event. The night before, we had gone out with couple who have been with QSI for 19 years and just move from Venezuela, although they had taught in Dongguan 5 years ago. They had also taught in Kazakhstan and took us to a ...
... tossed but we had cheap seats ($30) so we were up in the
nose bleeds with no AC!! AND... there
wasn’t a drink or snack to be purchased during the entire game! It wasn’t a nail biting game but it was a
first for Tim and me. We were very
thankful to find our bus at the end and get home again.
We still don’t have our passports back and Stella has been working
continuously on our behalf, ...
First of all, congratulations to us for completing a full week of school! It was draining and frustrating at times, but most all teachers are feeling the same way and misery loves company. On the plus side, we're getting to know our students and they are nice kids - not much attitude, but, boy, some of them don't listen well (sound familiar?) We're both going to need to do lots of work ...