Nanfu Bund Hotel
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... even have a U turn lane. And then there's the pavements. Who needs pavements anyway? said Rick the other day as we walked in the road. The pavement was full of tables, veg sellers, parked bikes and scooters, three wheelers collecting or delivering things and the road was marginally easier to walk along, although bikes and scooters particularly tend to go both ways down both sides of the road, so you can never be sure where traffic might appear from. ...
It was so funny, the closer we got to the pandas, the more exciting we became. We actually couldn't believe it when we turned a corner and there was a group of pandas sitting munching on their bamboo. There was even a viewing room where you could see baby pandas. They were just over a month old, and were so cute! We could have paid to have our photo taken with them, but you had to wear an ugly overall, and it cost about £200 which we thought was a bit ...
... tired and snappy we headed out for some food. We realised this place was worse than Beijing for traffic, so many people use motorbikes that they just use the pavement as a road so there is literally nowhere you are safe as a pedestrian! Argh! We eventually found a McDonald's and treated ourselves to a western feast for less than a fiver! We set off with renewed enthusiasm to explore the city and find somewhere nice for a beer. After what seemed like hours we came upon 'bar ...
... other classes, but they take advantage of their foreign teachers.
I tried teaching five words this week: annoying, envious, furious, horrible, and wonderful. I have pretty much lost my voice from talking so loud. I tried everything and put my all into teaching them these words, and I don't think they know any of them. I don't know what I should do. I am in shock with the behavior of the students. I think the school considers me a babysitter ...
... to the vice mayor of Chengdu. The visit was carefully arranged and scripted, with a whole series of protocols about who would speak and for how long, the seating arrangements, presentation of gifts, etc etc. It was all quite formal and even the setting of the room was rather intimidating, but the meeting itself went very well and ran for an hour with much dialogue, which was unexpected. This sets the stage for our ...