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... not really understand the concept of “lining up”, while they
do it, it’s considered completely acceptable for them to cut line or join the
line half way. But when in Rome, I took advantage of the situation and pushed
my way through the line allowing me to get to the start of the line much
faster. Customs was no difference from Australia except for the excess amounts
of police and guards ...
... us and then make themselves understood in complex ways. From not knowing their name in some cases to being able to string accurate sentences together, there wasn’t a day that went by where we didn’t arrive home together, raving about what so-and-so had said that day. It would be possible to write an entry on each and every single one of them and what we loved about them, but that would be all together dull reading, and so I will content by saying that they ...
... were brought up to prove this). We've had a couple of trips to the pool in the international hotel - it's so lovely, the pool has been really empty and we've stayed there the whole day sunbathing and swimming. This is the tallest building in Houjie and at the top is a revolving restaurant - very expensive in China terms but since we all got paid and got our bonus on Friday we thought we would treat ourselves. The view is amazing and we watched ...
... I wanted before they had to take their exams. That so, I bought over 300 RMB worth of candies to give to my kids, allowed them to play basketball, and held Jeopardy lessons the kids loved to play. All this and I had my kid’s line up for some last farewell pictures.
When my students realized this was some of our last moments together, things got emotional. Once some of my students started to let go, my eyes too started to tear. It’s been a long time since the ...
... down the Colorado River and I so enjoyed getting soaked! It was 40 degrees with the humidity and the sun beat down on us the whole time.
Last week was like an eating frenzy in my class. One of my students is moving back to Korea so his mom brought in lunch for all of us – Korean sushi, pizza, spaghetti, chicken nuggets and desert and drinks! Then 2 of the girls have summer birthdays so the moms wanted to ...