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Will flew back to the UK today for Mrs Wood's funeral (he sadly lost Mrs Woods (his "third" grandmother) and Gloria, his friend Aidan's mother over Easter weekend).
It was a gorgeous day. I have been in Nanjing at the beginning of the week supporting an English teacher in Jinling, and then went to Hangzhou on Thursday to support an English teacher in Hangzhou No 14, Stephen Gardner's centre.
This morning I caught ...
... enjoyed bartering, but it makes me uncomfortable (especially if it’s an item my kid is pleading for). I’m going to need to practice bartering (so more shopping needed – hehe). Steve bought himself a ‘mini quad copter drone’, I got a phone cover, and Emma got a watch, a headband and high heel shoes (something she’s wanted FOREVER!) Now I cant get them off of her! We enjoyed dinner at Wanda City on the way home (yet another shopping ...
The next four days we didn’t do much but clean, clean and clean while the 3 kids were at school.
On Sunday we went to a rope course at 'flowers plaza’ and the rope course was massive. We explored the plaza a bit. (It was also massive).
Sam’s second week at school had come and boy was he exited. He loved going ...
... chips at work.
The house itself is very comfortable. The whole house has ducted heating and cooling, and EVERY room (including bathrooms, wardrobe and landings) has it’s own thermostat and fan controls. I love the look of the wood but seeing my blonde hair all over it is driving me crazy! I am constantly picking it up. And the dark wood looks dusty all the time. Living in China is much more palatable here than in a hotel in the ...
... items (comfort food) turned to liquid and had to be thrown away. The oven has a steam outlet and all the steam poured straight into my closed cutlery draw, making the utensil wet and oily. No more fan-forced cooking!
The dishwasher is half the width of ours at home and holds very little. It doesn’t fit our dinner plates so we’ve bought smaller ones. The kitchen bench is low and our bed is low (Asians seem to be generally shorter) – ...