Song Lu Sheng Fang Holiday Hotel
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... managed to find a place with cold diet coke – her drink of
Our guide Candy
attempted to teach us some Chinese characters along the way. There
are 2500 basic ones and when combined, they form ideas. Driving
around was like train spotting with people calling out “big”,
“centre”, “enter”, “Beijing”, “ten” every time we saw
a sign that she ...
... end of orientation and people started going off to their placement locations. On our last night together the whole group were taken to a local bar called Helen’s, it did feel weird to go to somewhere other than Lakers, by the Love TEFL guys were they spent the whole night buying all 60 odd of us drinks. It was at the end of the night that we started having to say goodbye to some of the friends that we had made. After saying a slightly tearful goodbye to one ...
... jade silk" and Tim's was "wood Emperor". We also found out the when it's with kids, they finish in about 40 minutes. 26 adults were challenged to finish in over an hour.
We had a "monkey King" dance demonstration after dinner, followed by a walk to the food vendor street. One can find ANYTHING on a stick and ready to be cooked to order. I am going back to the hotel to either sleep, be sick or ...
... yuan. Very good deal.
Once we returned to campus, we went to shop at the Stadium Store. I brought a couple iced tea bottles. The Chinese roommate found it weird when I was talking about drinking iced tea back in Colorado. She explained that Chinese people do not drink cold tea.
Today was a great day. I was able to check out a new market and beginning developing my bargaining skills. I am grateful to Sara for teaching me that I need to aim low when shopping.
... was a “sleeper", our carriage contained many cabins, a disgusting toilet (just a hole in the ground) and a few fold down seats next to the window (where you would be in everybodys way). Our actual cabin had only 2 bunk beds. Of course, myself and Eoin were on the top. With little room to maneuver, we had no choice but to perch ourselves up top until morning when our train arrived in Xi'an. An observation of ours since we arrived in ...