Royal Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Our first break from school is finished. Although it seemed a little early for a holiday, we were ready for one! We flew to Tokyo last Saturday from Hong Kong, but stayed at the airport, away from the demonstrations. It was interesting to see the contrasts between Japan and our part of China.
First - there was no humidity! Temps were in the mid 20s and for the first time since we left, we felt a chill in ...
... is very high end AND there are 2 more malls being build in the area. We can't figure out who can afford to buy the stuff and how the stores will stay afloat. Maybe they won't. The top floor is pretty much all restaurants - Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Brazilian, so we will be trying some of those.
The new experiences today are that we each got a haircut. Lots of places for men to get a haircut but women's salons are scarcer. ...
... this is quite common apparently and remember that we are a private school in a city with a LOT of wealthy people.
I received flowers from 2 students this week, a teacher appreciation day and at the International Banquet at school. That was really interesting! we had a Meet the Teacher segment and then parents and staff gathered in the common area and brought traditional food from their home country. The room was decorated ...
... ingredients and sauces so any good recipes for crock pots
We’re both putting in long hours at school. I arrive at 7:30 and often stay until 6. I like my class – neat kids but many
challenges. Tim spends most of his day soaking wet once he starts PE classes
and he’s coaching soccer after school. E
had a big thunder and lightening storm Friday afternoon with torrents of
First of all, congratulations to us for completing a full week of school! It was draining and frustrating at times, but most all teachers are feeling the same way and misery loves company. On the plus side, we're getting to know our students and they are nice kids - not much attitude, but, boy, some of them don't listen well (sound familiar?) We're both going to need to do lots of work ...