Sheraton Changsha Hotel
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... all this though, it felt hollow and unreal. Even now I still don't really know how to describe it. The only way I can think of describing it is, is that people were there to celebrate something but they didn't really know what it was that they were celebrating. None of the bars were playing songs and when I said Merry Christmas to passers by, all I got was confused blank expressions. Despite all this, it was an enjoyable night.
... constantly waking me up by nibbling my fingers, it is great to have some company in the house (and someone to talk to).
The following day was my early birthday celebrations with my friends. I had decided that we should go ice skating as I have only ever done it once before and it would be a great chance to laugh at each other falling over constantly. We arrived late on in the day but it was still surprisingly busy. The local kids who were on the ice ...
... learning new techniques to try with his own students. "But most of all," he says, "when I get back to my classroom, I'm going to be less authoritarian and more of a friend. That's important, I think."
Two hours later, after the food is mostly gone and our wine glasses are empty, we all head back to the hotel. We want to make sure ...
... professor discussed what they had learned.
By the end of the week, we were exhausted but exhilarated by what we'd taught and learned. We finished the demonstration lessons just in time for our end of program party that night, and the upcoming graduation, agreeing that we were all richly deserving of ...
If there is one place I love to be in Changsha, it is the Yuelu mountain. I climb the mountain most nights for Ti Chi and at weekends I often climb it during the day to see all the different sights there is to see. And every time I climb there is always something new to see and this time was no exception.
I also had pleasant company in the form of Robin, an American friend of mine who is also teaching English (albeit the American kind) who was visiting ...