Ningbo Marriott Hotel
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I traveled to Ningbo on Monday evening after the English Subject Panel had finished.
I met Will at breakfast in the Citic Hotel on Tuesday morning and we went out to Ningbo Foreign Language School, which is one of my centres. The school is built in an amazing location in the south-east of Ningbo, surrounded by mountains and with a beautiful lake on site.
The staff here are all lovely. I had only been to this centre once before with Liz and Mary ...
... the room transforms into something livable, little relics of the past few days where unearthed. I even remove the 2 long dead Lilly that is propped into the old ceramic bottle of rice wine. Heaps of pollen fall of the wizen calyxes and onto my hands. A squirt of pledge and a wipe, smudge the orca pollen into the melamine surface. Dust devils waltz around the room and launch into the air with every sweep of the broom. The sheet we sleep ...
... new work visa. The only way I see around it, is if the school drop this unfounded vendetta and post a proper release letter without all the personal nonsense within the next day. I have no choice but to post a negative comment on the internet warning potential teachers to avoid Aston Yinchuan at all costs. Please could someone advise me on what my next move is as I have run out of patients and time. Ok.! So, the new job is a kindergarten teacher about an hour out of the ...
... on an old train for the experience, but I have no desire to do it again.
We're now back "home" in Zhenjiang, and we had a great trip. Sadly, we left all the Starbucks behind, further east. I've been forbidden to tell you how many times we visited Starbucks or other coffee shops in the past five days. In our defense, though, there are no true coffee shops in this not-so-modern city of ours, so we visit them when we can.
We left early on Wednesday morning to head for Zhoushan Island (舟山岛). Before heading to the hotel, we went to Mount Putuo (普陀山). Mount Putuo is considered to be the home of Guanyin (a form of Buddha) and is one of the four sacred mountains in Chinese Buddhism. We were able to walk around and see ...