Shanhu Grand Hotel
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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 ...
... were brought up to prove this). We've had a couple of trips to the pool in the international hotel - it's so lovely, the pool has been really empty and we've stayed there the whole day sunbathing and swimming. This is the tallest building in Houjie and at the top is a revolving restaurant - very expensive in China terms but since we all got paid and got our bonus on Friday we thought we would treat ourselves. The view is amazing and we watched ...
Another story worth mentioning is a burger eating contest taking place in a relatively new bar in town. The challenge is to eat a 1.25 kilogram burger (comes out to 2.75 pounds), fries and coke in under 30 minutes. I was told about it by a very close friend, and had true intentions of eating it. Howbeit, this contest was another reminder how the Chinese people can ruin things for themselves. I went to this bar four times, and each time, the employee/ manager had a ...
... graduation. I felt sorry for the administrators who were at everything!
Besides the regular stressors of finishing work, marks, narratives, collecting books and PD reports, we had a fun Spirit Week and dressed up for a different theme each day –my class won 3rd prize beat out by those darn keen 4 and 6 year olds! For the concert, my class sang Jason Ruiz’s? Ninety-Three Million Miles which ...
... China. It was really pretty and you could tell the whole place had been designed very carefully and delicately. There was also a chance to look at Chinese art and calligraphy. Me and Maja talked about the fact that in some ways it was nice that we couldn't read the Chinese characters, because it meant we still saw them as art rather than thinking about what they say. The characters are so beautiful on their own, without meaning and I think maybe they ...