M Chereville Serviced Apartment
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... here white, green and blue seemed to have a large influence as well. At the back of the palace there was a huge and beautiful garden, with the mountain at the back.
Our next stop was a traditional "village" (although it is simply an area of traditional houses within the city) called Bukchon Hanok Village. However, on the way there we stopped to have coffee, and maybe relaxed at the cafe a bit too long. By the time we arrived to the village, it was already dark! ...
... br> The lack of curriculum preparation explains why teachers here seem much less stressed and work at a far slower pace. Also, their idea of 'stress' seems to be much different from our idea of 'stress'. I would not find organising the food and drinks for a Professional Development day stressful. I find writing reports, marking work, managing the welfare of my students, juggling the many hats of my role and managing people as stressful. This type of ...
... seh... he speed up (in a good way) and got us at Itaewon in abt 45mins (or less)... Dier punyer selit2 in the lorongs......wa salute sama lu brother...
Now comes the DRAMA.
As previously, we had the house manual from Cho Yoonche (the house owner)..we got the number/password to the house and everything. Key banyak2 kali pun tetap fail. Everyone da panic. My parents, biasa lah, first thing first, just nag at me.."see lah, kenapa tak check, ...
... a few apple crumbles and roasted veggies, but with Thanksgiving coming up I will be putting this baby to the real test!
-I had a funny experience the other week. Our boss took us out to a Mexican restaurant called "On the Boarder" for Margaritas and Appetizers. We sat around a big table for a couple of hours talking and laughing...as I emerged from the restaurant I found myself shocked as to why there were so many asian people around. ...
... to move around with all our luggage. We got to the train station with a few minutes to spare before the train arrived. We still had the challenge of figuring out what to do with our luggage since the areas for stowing them are very small and overhead space is very limited. Despite paying for seats in a train car, we ended up sitting in the very small space connecting the two cars. There were fold out chairs meant for stewards that ...