Mingde Grand Hotel Shanghai
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Bree - Today we went with our buddy's and it was so much fun. For me what made the experience so much fun was being able to talk to my buddy's mum, who spoke fluently in English. Having been to a science museum in Melbourne before, my mind was blown away when I saw the size of the Shanghai Science Museum. It was huge!!! We first went on a small roller coaster through the human body, and even though it was being said all ...
... heading home. I came back to the hotel room and did a little more packing and may have sat down to wake up 2 hrs later from an awesome nap. I was woken by the concierge calling to tell me I had flowers and they were bringing them up to me. There was a 10x12 box in a bag and when you opened it, it smelled so good! The arrangement is like nothing I have ever seen and really pretty. I'll post a pic! We left with the rest of ...
When we arrived the crowds calmed down considerably which was a relief for Sonya who was starting to think she actually does have claustiphobia when stuck in crowds! The gardens were a nice change from the hustle and bustle of the main streets.
In the evening we went to see a Shanghai Acrobatic Show which was fantastic. Forget these silly talent shows on the telly; these acrobats had more talent in there little finger than ...
... a while, and then headed home. I looked up some ideas for the first week of school, and began writing them down so I can send them to my director. Scott was doing stuff for his work as well, figuring out the hours he worked or something. The Bourne Surpremacy was on our newly fixed HBO so we watched that and went to bed.
I woke up this morning when Scott did, around 7, so I can start getting used to waking up early for school. It's funny to me that I've ...
... portfolios. I am so sad thinking that I will never see some of these kids ever again. It's a hard pill for me to swallow, but it's part of being a teacher. You fall in love with each and every kid, even the ones that you can't stand, and then you have to let go. We all have to move on at some point. I am so proud of all of them and I would be lying if I didn't say that they haven't made me feel pretty proud of myself, too.
Some of my kids will join me in summer ...
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