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... into the air, whistling and exploding all the way. It was deafening, amazing, and it definitely ****** off the entire block. Lights were on and we could see people standing in front of their windows, frowning at us. It was at this point that reality hit home and we realized we needed to move the party or the police were going to show up. So where did we go? The public park down the block, of course.
After searching for a ...
... They changed their racket grips and techniques. Many students drastically improved their game in a 45 minute span. After ping pong we had Art class again. I believe that this was beginning to be the students favourite class. Today's lesson was on paper cutting. It looked much easier than it as. Using small knives and scissors to cut our intricate details calls for patience and steady hands.
After lunch we took a religious/historical ...
... traffic. The idea behind traffic seems to be "whoever can get there first". Basically, if one person thinks they can get there first, they will try, regardless of other cars, bikes, or traffic lights.
any signs in other languages?
The majority of the signs are, obviously, in Chinese. However, there are some signs in English. Unfortunately, most of the time if I see something in English, it is ...
That is right, it is back to hairdresser day. I had the lovely Morgan and Dannielle organise my haircut on the internet, as it is much cheaper. Morgan sent me a couple of texts written in Chinese to my phone, so I could show the people at the hairdressers. She had written the code number from the internet transaction and the directions for what I wanted done. Jenny and myself were up early and off as it usually takes ages to have my ...
Another wonderful day spent with Rose and Robin, two of my teacher friends from Yi Gao. Even though it is a national holiday, Robin still had two classes this morning. He is teaching the final year students, who will be sitting for their university entrance exam in early June. Because of the importance placed on passing these exams, holidays are usually cut short for these students and teachers. Where Joy School teachers are enjoying a six ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMudu Lee Royal International Hotel Luoyang
Fabulous rooms and great breakfast could use better wifi
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