Ramada Plaza Wuxi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Day 8|Thursday Today we took part in the school athletics. There were not many events compared to our school sports. These were throw the ball, relay, tyre rolling and 4 legged race. They were all lots of fun. At school lots of kids wanted a photo with us or signature. Even a hug and they would run off ...
Day 7|Wednesday This morning I woke up much earlier than usual to get ready for school. For breakfast at homestay we had a porridge rice and an egg omelette with a pork filling inside. By 6:30 my brothers Aunty and cousin drove me to school. Homestay and their way of life was very interesting. Their beds are very hard as you can see in the photo. I stayed in a three story house that was quite ...
Day 6|Tuesday This morning we got up, packed and headed off to our sister school. We met Ms Su and her assistant at the hotel and then they drove us to the school. We got out and unloaded all of our bags then had an opening ceremony and got showed and introduced around the school. There is a photo of what we did today so you can ...
... Fei and everyone else and there was tears. None of us really wanted to leave because they were all so lovely and kind. We drove to the hotel. We've got two more days to go and even though I miss home, a part of me wants to stay with the delicious food and the kind people. I also think shopping will be boring cause we have been haggling! I want Dean to make the trip yearly, we've had so much fun. Tomorrow we are going to Shanghai and we will do more ...
Today we woke up at the reasonable hour of 7 o'clock. By 8 o'clock we were downstairs and having breakfast after a decent 10 minutes looking for breakfast coupons. Breakfast involved the usual fried rice which this time was not quite up to standards. By 8:50 we were all downstairs and ready to head to Xiaqiao Middle School (our sister school). We were greeted by many school officials and a speech was made by their Principal. Dean scratched something ...