Kunshan Sovereign Hotel
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... said it was Panda-monium but I should come anyway. I headed down to see a massive crowd of people buzzing about along with an Asian guy in a Santa suit in the sidecar of a WWII era sidecar motorcycle. I couldn’t get close enough to him for a picture but I do have pictures of the rest. A quote from “Apocolypse Now” came to mind: "The more they tried to make it just like home, the more they made everybody miss it." We chatted with a couple ...
... nurse who would be accessing Brian's port and then followed quickly by an attending physician who upon introduction listed off all his qualifications in rapid perfect English. The discussion was regarding what type of access needle for the port and after some questioning they decided to use the ones we provided. Let's just say, after what Brian has been through, we could stock a medical supply store.
... shopping so I felt ready to restart us on our regime of two eggs over medium on white toast with coffee. I stepped over to the cooktop and turned on the burner, through a small slab of butter on to the pan and listened to it immediately begin to cackle, hiss and spit. "The heat is too high!" I shouted to Renee. I quickly took the pan off the burner and swished the butter around to coat the bottom. I lowered the heat to the number four setting from ...
... a treat it was. First we headed in search of pants, I'm still recovering from the theft of mine, but to our shock a pack of 5 briefs was 148¥ - that's £15!!! Too much. Upstairs we found the cherry on top cake- the Food Hall. The familiarity was overwhelming. Crisps, Percy Pig Biscuits, pesto and the bakery section, it was just like walking into the M&S back in Victoria. We managed not to go crazy and buy everything, instead we settled for a muesli slice before ...
Today is Teaching Hump Day!!!
At lunchtime today, we had completed exactly 7.5 of the 15 teaching days on the trip.
This gave us an irrational sense of joy.
We are really enjoying teaching, but we are also looking forward to Beijing at the end of the month.
As I was lounging on my bed, extremely content with how my days lesson was going to unfold I heard an unpleasant sound from the neighbouring bed.
One of the strings ...