Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Furongguo Changsha
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... Laura, Jess, Anish, Tom and myself, I was invited to a formal dinner with the head of Hunan University along with the other foreign teachers attached to the University in some form. This was pleasant enough, especially when a Swiss Biology teacher named Lucas brought along home made Christmas cookies which were heavenly.
And so my story reaches Christmas Eve. Because I am a foreign teacher, my school allowed me the afternoon, Christmas Day and Boxing Day off but first I ...
... for me to reach with my left hand into the gap and hope that I didn't get stuck (and also that the cat wouldn't bite me). After a few minutes of groping blindly, I felt a furry body which I managed to pull out. It was a tiny ginger kitten that was covered in dirt and shaking violently. The poor thing clutched onto my shirt for dear life when I managed to control it.
Unfortunately for me, however was that the bus went completely the wrong direction to where I ...
Celebration time! We've worked hard during the last four weeks, and now it's time to honor our accomplishments.Tonight, our Changsha university is hosting a dinner for all of us - instructor-students, student-instructors, and grad student guides - at an awe-inspiring hotel complex. The architecture is traditional Chinese, and the interior of ...
... while others delved into topics of personal interest.
As a class of 26 instructors, we had been giving our colleagues feedback before, during, and after class, and back at the hotel where we were all living .
As I reviewed the professors' ...
... picking oranges and dropping them down to me.
We kept pushing on through thick bushes until we came out in a cabbage patch in a rural village. Although I use the word village loosely. Roofs had caved in on the buildings, windows were cracked and doors off their hinges. Just when we thought this might be quite a picture, stray dogs appeared and proceeded to bark at us. We took this as a cue to go back through the bushes and find another way out. The ...