Oujing Holiday Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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In the morning, some loud and shrill Chinese opera woke me up at about 7 a.m. I wondered if this was part of the government housing, but Liu said no, he didn't know what it was, but they played it every day.
He was going to Beijing for the weekend, so he brought us to a very nice hotel that doesn't normally accept foreigners, which we split three ways, ending up at about $10 each, nice.
Liu had to go to work and we went to Zhengding. I grabbed an ...
... bed was free and so was his floor. He only had one extra single bed. I had originally assumed he had a giant place like I do. Welcome to China, Louise, again. Not every has every luxury like you, OKAY?! Gawd. Later, Madelleine and Laura let me have the bed, since they already had sleeping bags. Thanks guyssssssss.
Liu told the taxi driver where to go, but it would be $20. I asked him to take me to any city bus stop, but that would be ...
... as times to catch your breath in the 36 degree heat and humidity.
TRIP NOTE: If you should find yourself headed to Cangyan, try to get there in the morning, not in the late afternoon as I did. In the morning, the sun from the east will shine onto the bridge, giving you rich deep colours, but in the afternoon, the bridge is more back-lit.
Wishing to stay and shoot in the morning, there is a hotel, ...
... one word: pretend. And next week they get to act it out so I'm excited to see what they will do.
Kindergarten learned 10 in a bed and I got to have the older kids act it out which they loved when 'one fell out' and had to sit on the ground. They really were cute acting it out and we had a great time.
Off to another week at 43....
... kindergarten classes which I have to say it is extremely difficult to keep 4 year olds for an hour and half. But I am getting really good with the primary after school job, Mr Xu, where I taught the 4th graders the story of the gingerbread man work on a worksheet. I do like being able to give the kids worksheets instead of having to talk the full hour and half.