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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when I actually arrive at my destination. You know, usually I try to just "enjoy the journey", which is not hard to do, but today however, it really really was. I think my feet were even sweating, because I started to get the same blisters I got in Cuba on that really super hot day. Note to self: When the temperature is over 35 maybe don't wear Chacos.
There was nothing along the highway except ruined houses and long grass. I ...
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... of the diaolou and most of them don’t look that great. But one of them really stands out: the Lin family Diaolou. The inside is just untouched. It just seems like people were living here few month ago but all the furniture/pictures are from another century. It was amazing! This was my favourite of the day.
3) Zili village. Ok so here we have a winner. I am glad I went to the other two clusters first otherwise they would have seemed so dull. That ...
... and threw some lemon grass, ginger and cilantro into the pot. Later, she threw in white fish, the local speciality that is farm raised in this area. The soup was absolutely delicious, and Lili had about 3 helpings. Then, the green veggies were passed around, along with a pot of rice. Lili finished with mango sorbet. What a great conclusion to our short visit to ...
... It felt oddly out of place in an orphanage, and it made Lili feel very nervous. Her caregiver, Mei Ayi, kept smiling at Lili and saying "Lili" then some things in Chinese. We asked some basic questions about the food, and Mr. Wu said that mainly, they give the kids rice, and that the government funding had improved greatly since Lili was there (so more food for the children, I surmised). More about the orphanage visit tomorrow. We are exhausted after a very full day. Ok, back ...