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We've had a lovely day today. We headed out at about 10 to catch the metro in to town, the main reason being to get my new coat from the fabric market. It takes us nearly two hours to get into the centre of the city from our apartment. Most of that is spent on the metro, where I now do my blog, and so are catching up on drafts and the time flies by.
First stop today was the Foreign Bookstore on Fuzhou Road. ...
... I learnt some new Chinese words - Hongshaorou which is a mothers dish of pork. Apparently when you eat it you should always think of your mother. Turbot which is a fish and Doefu a dish I don't know but loved. I am now waiting for a tailor to come to our room to measure me up for clothes. I have no idea what to expect but our guide assured us he would be cheaper than anyone else. She is coming back to translate for us. Watch this ...
Last night we headed back to the bar district for dinner. The place certainly comes alive at night. The trees looked gorgeous with their coloured lights and on every street corner there were vendors selling flashing coloured Micky Mouse type ears.
Selfies seem to be the order of the day here. People stop anywhere and everywhere all the time to snap that must have photo of themselves. Last night was no different. There was also some sort of ...
... another was in some other classroom I think; so there was just myself and two other ladies in the office. The first one gave me a nice smile and said ‘Amanda, I will go now, bye bye’; and then we were two. The lady left with me is quite kind, although I think she’s bored of teaching! She always sighs and says ‘too noisy!’ to me when students are bad, but says that it can cause problems with parents if you are too strict with the children. I think this is true ...
Here I am for year 4 of my 1 year journey in China. How time flies! I keep thinking this is the last year, this is the last year, but the lifestyle of travel and adventure is so addictive, it gets harder and harder to leave. It feels great however to be back in the same place for another year, not having to pack up and move and start over once again. I have a great job, with great students and colleagues, so I am very happy and excited about this year. I have a ...