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... a couple of days in Munich and then fly to Halifax where we’ll visit for a few days before returning to the Island. We’ve very excited about the Rhine River cruise – it’s been on my “bucket list” for a long time. It was our plan to see more of China after we finished school, but the extreme heat and the lure of a German marathon changed our minds.
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... go at the knock-off mall. Anything we buy will have to be small because we’re each leaving here with only 1 suitcase and a back pack! Carolyn, one of the teachers who started with us, wants to make the trip with us so she’ll know how to do it on her own. It’s a little sad for her because of the 8 of us who started new this year, only 3 are coming back. Such is life at an international school.
Until next time,
Helen & ...
... and came across an elderly lady with her music player and she was singing in the high piercing voice of Chinese opera – just having a great time. Then walking home on one of the back streets, an elderly man was riding an electric bike and pulling a cart in which his wife and grandson were seated. They, too, were listening to music, which is quite rare. Then a big, fancy car came up behind him, honking impatiently for him to ...
We’re down to the 8 week countdown till school finishes and they’re going to be busy weeks! Since my last blog, Tim and 2 others organized a TRACKing Day for all students ages 5-13. It took place at the soccer field with a number of activities that teams participated in, not so much competitions, but to use our QSI Success Orientations – cooperation, kindness, concern for others, etc. It just happened to be my birthday, so ...
... But I loved the atmosphere in the whole square, with the smoke from the incense and tons of people making wishes or just enjoying the sun after a week of rain. So many doves also, they must have been brought here specifically because I haven't seen doves my whole time in China.
In the evening, I went to hang out with one of my students as I'm friends with her parents, and she showed me her collection of cuddly toys... they are all bigger than she is!