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... Learning how to sit on a moving chair lift, deciding to do a pizza stop or bail out and fall down, and deciding upon which run to ski down were some of the key concepts learned today. 13 students could not get enough of the learning and returned after our dinner to do some NIGHT SKIING! Well done ...
... the scenery, inhaling the fresh air and I felt that it was like a painting with numerous mountains and clouds which I couldn't express. As the ski season was coming to an end, there weren't many people and all the restaurants were closed.
After I took the gondola back to Dragon Plaza, I walked through the back of the plaza, taking some pics of the Green Pia Condo with the woods (Pic-16). I walked to Dragon Valley Hotel and realised the ...
... eating FEET, and skin and cuticles! Very odd but i have to say after 15miutes of squeaking, i had the sofest feet ever! Soooo nice! Like being pampered - but in a book shop but with FISH! Weird weird weird.
So i got back for an early night ready for 4am for the Skiing trip up to High1 resort in Kangwon-Do, 3hours north of Daegu.
This time having actually managed to set my alarm, I got up at 3.30am and was at Yonsan by 4.30am - ...
... was the modus operandi of the school. :)
I'm actually glad that a ruckus was raised. Hopefully it showed the weaknesses of the GLPS! I didn't intentionally start anything...but I allowed it to happen. Maybe this will bite me in the butt later. Usually, I'm a professional to the extreme. But, since June let me know on the day of the practice debates, I felt my hands were tied. What was I to do?
PS: Another annoying thing to mention. ...
I misunderstood what the emails were telling me about the weekend duties. In one email, Mr. Ganse said that the "extra hours" on Saturdays were on a volunteer basis. So, I thought I would have weekends off. Yeah!
But...that was wrong. We are required to do four hours of something each Saturday. This Saturday, it was "Survival English". On Wednesday, the sign-up sheet went around, and I had at first signed up for "Western Manners" ...