Rui'an International Hotel
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... out some of the old ones).
After we got through the airport and on the bus we started noticing these blue rikshaws that you can hire to take you around (short distances). That is better than the motorcycles they have here (if you want to live through the experience, that is).
While we were riding on the bus we saw a lot of the industrial district and mountains. Wenzhou does a lot of ...
... I always wonder about the curve balls that are going to be thrown at me. But truth is, every year it's gotten better and better for me. That and it's just gotten easier and easier to handle anything with the job. My schedule this year is awesome. One class of grade 8s twice a week, which are a piece of cake as I've done them for three years now. The rest of my classes are grade 7. They're cute and adorable and generally eager to learn English. I also have ...
... or his parents Someone imitates another person on the phone Cameron's misery is mentioned Someone says "Bueller" Anytime "the car" is pictured or referenced Newcomer Chicago native Patrick also had to take a drink every time they did something in Chicago that he himself had done. Unfortunately singing, "Twist and Shout" in a parade was not one of them :( We stayed up quite late, and I shared some embarrassing stories of my cat ...
The past weekend here was absolutely fabulous - the perfect way to kickoff the new school year! I started the movie nights again! First Friday I featured Amelie, which is one of my all time favorites! Some Chinese friends came as well and they really seemed to enjoy it, although I was a little nervous how they'd react to the nudey bits!! It was a full house - which meant the other couches had to come out :) The majority of people ...
... the Communist Revolution. Much of their family stayed behind and my father did not reunite with them until the late 1980s. Before getting married my brother and Martha had traveled to Wenzhou in 2005, but this was to be my first time along with Matt and my nephew Alex. Wenzhou is a large city with roughly 3.5 million people and is located right on the East China Sea. It is surrounded by mountains on all sides and because of this it has developed its own distinctive ...
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