Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai
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Daniel from Yorkshire, England: Daniel has spent the last year in Taiwan. He didn’t enjoy it much, and it sounded like a pretty rough experience. He is very excited for something new. I believe he will also be in Nanjing.
Casey from Canada: He has just spent two years teaching music in London. His degree is in Music and Education. Casey is FABULOUS... We are able to add theater and musical lines into every conversation.. and he ...
Hello,I am safely in Shanghai, plus or minus a few more additions to the attempt to make this my worst travel experience thus far! It is enlightening in that respect as all of my travels have been positive but sometimes **** happens. Even with all the negativity and the blowing through funds much more quickly than expected, I am enjoying myself here. The language barrier is a little more ...
... of them and they have gotten me through the particularly tough times that I've had so far. I feel blessed to be going through this with them.
Our boss is leaving next Friday to head back to America for a few weeks. He goes back twice a year to recruit teachers for the following year. It is so strange to think that one year ago, he was getting ready to come back to America to recruit and he came to MY class at Western! So much has ...
... Some of the best dumplings that I have had.
We then went to go meet his friend Peggy who was going to help us out tomorrow if we had any trouble with anything. On our way home we found a convenience store to get some toilet paper because we were totally out. By the time we got home it was dark outside and we were glad to be back. It was a lot of walking and a lot of hassle to get our apartment straightened out.
... afternoon. For some reason, even though it's cheaper here, I feel less compelled to buy stuff...well, except for food, that is. Sunday a group of us went to the church on campus for a service, and then David and I went to one of the teacher's apartments Sunday afternoon. Monday night all the girls went out to a Thai restaurant for Jessica's birthday...her 21st or 22nd depending on the country. Now that I'm finished my history final and left with no other obligations except ...