Richwood Garden Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... a speech. We were both given presents from parents and the school, and asked repeatedly if we were sure we didn’t actually want to stay…? They were both very touching affairs. Kerri cried a lot. I didn’t let anybody see me crying.
And finally, we boarded our plane at 1:20am on Monday the 13th of July, headed for Bangalore, confident that we’d packed up and shipped everything we needed back to England, said goodbye to ...
... emotional and some of the students were crying.
On the Friday morning us foreign teachers performed 'Uptown Girl' in front of the school as part of the English show - all the grades sung their own song. We then got given presents by the principal, which are beautiful - blue and white decorated notebooks, USB sticks, pens, and card holders. Then Cherry (our boss) told us we had been the best interns yet - she probably had to say that, but ...
... the boats, and enjoyed ourselves in a well-kept park and riverfront. The experience was a good one and I think we were all happy to have come.
Once the Dragon Boat Race had ended, we all headed to a Cantonese dessert restaurant. This was much needed after laying out in the sun for the past three hours. The dessert, I forget the name, was a combination of egg, milk and fruit, served in a chilled bowl and or coconut. We all shared both along with a cold class of pineapple ...
The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of activity, but we're done! We had our exit interview with the director in the morning and were officially finished at noon on Saturday. We both have lots of positives about the year teaching at QSI and living in China and we’re leaving on a very positive note. We each had different challenges: for Tim it was the physical energy needed every day and dealing with the heat in a ...
... are building apartments or new shopping centres, even if they're not needed - and that's not an exaggeration! It's pretty mental. So as we walked to the mall, directly opposite the mall was the building site of another mall. What are you doing China; there's a mall the other side of the road that needs to be filled!! They were also building a load of apartments next to the SCM so they are definitely trying to make it successful. The thing is, there are so ...