Sofitel Chengdu Taihe
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SO, since my family have been checking in on this wonderful blog I guess I'm due for a little update. I (I being Nikki), have been having the most wonderful time of my life. The past two days have been really just so amazing. I have to say that the pandas were the absolute best thing ever!!! When they plop that big thing on your lap and it just sits there and lets you pet it all content and stuff, WOW i mean it's amazing that you can hold, touch, and have ...
... to take a taxi and i really should have since i was only just on time for the first class!
- Also the two classes have a different level of English, ones English is quite good and the others is only just about teachable. But i feel that they have improved over the time Ive taught them. Anyway the second class was given a different classroom than that i usually use but it was quite similar in equipment, 4 big black boards projector and ...
... are doing and this skill has been passed down for generations.
The 19 year old young man who looked afer my foot and body massage.After much walking, the best way to end a day is with a foot massage and full body massage. A foot massage begins with soaking your feet in a wooden bucket filled with piping hot tea. After a steeping of close to 15 minutes, your feet are then brought to their knees! In my case, a 19 year old boy who has hands stronger than ...
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I'm writing this from Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan Province, around 1000km south-west of Xi'an. The journey here was long - 18 hours long - made slightly longer by nearly everyone smoking on board and the train being delayed by 2 hours just outside Xi'an, but we got here in one piece.
We really loved staying in Xi'an, the city was lovely and full of surprises. For example, I certainly ...
... even though they lack the same social skills. They are just young and out to conquer the world. I see this as a test for me. What doesn't kill us makes us stronger.
This is especially put in perspective when we passed collapsed buildings from the 2008 earthquake. We were 50 miles from the epicenter, but could still see the destruction and repaired buildings. Life looked normal, so it was hard to imagine the places behind the ...