- Continental Breakfast
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Nothing could prepare me for what I would experience so far in China. Most people would think that the teaching aspect would be the most difficult to adapt to, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching in China so far. The students are great and love engaging with a foreigner for some it’s a bit of a frightening experience, seeing a foreigner for the first time. The most difficult adaptation I have made would have to be that of food. Chinese food as we know it back home ...
... and mystery meats on a stick. Many locals were having lunch there and it made for a great people watching experience.
We’ll be at sea tonight and tomorrow, arriving in Shanghai at 9 p.m. tomorrow evening.
We like to take the galley (kitchen) tour when offered and always learn something new. Today we learned that over 100 people work in the galley and ...
... calligraphy at an auction. Some members of our team, Mr. Ong and Mr. Aman purchase a few artworks. After lunch we are going to visit the beer museum. We enjoy different beers until 4 pm and head back to the hotel for a short nap. After the dinner we go to the beer street to watch the crowd and do more beer testing. We finish 2 pitchers of beer among 3 of us, John, Jacob and me. We hang out in a bar until 11 pm.
... that drive like crazy and never watch back side just making turns at any time. I have to push horn all the time. For lunch we stop by a military museum at Tai Er Zhuang and cross the river to have a fresh water fish, clam, shrimps and pork. After lunch we look for a gasoline station and we drive 280 km more on the toll way. Most people fall asleep after the lunch so I am just enjoying ...
... just outside of Pingdu on the edge of a small village (~200 people) that looks like it was built up for the grape season. During the Grape Festival it is literally overrun with tourists. The multitude of tour buses literally park on a former garbage dump piece of land. Sadly, little care is taken by visiting tourist to keep their garbage and the small nearby stream is littered with plastic bottles and trash.
It’s a steep climb from the buses into ...