Sunshine Hotel Jiaxing
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... her name. I think she's a bit scared of me due to her not being able to understand English too well, bless her. They ran around a bit, playing with balloons and hiding items and trying to find them, and eating chocs and biscuits. After the party it was bedtime, and I skyped home and spoke with everyone who was about to tuck into Christmas dinner :-) It was a good Christmas, and for those few days it did feel different and Christmassy ...
... half listening to the speeches.
After all the families gave their speech, some of the au pairs whose families didn't attend had to give a speech, then Francesca (English au pair) had to give her speech. Then some images of au pairs who had left the program earlier that year were shown on screen and the Lopair host waffled on about them. Then we sang Jingle Bells with the kids which ...
... am having no problems (fingers crossed it stays that way) with my host family and that they are as easy going as they are. It's not the same case for some other au pairs. For one reason or another, some other au pairs have had a lot more dealings with Lopair than I have. As a result of some of these "favours" Lopair have done for au pairs in as much as sorting out any required visa changes, they have asked the au pair to write a review or give a video testimonial. I know there is only ...
... It was cold and grey that day, and had rained all morning. When we got to the woodland park, one of Ms Liang's friends said it was like Scotland! I agreed (I'm gonna assume Scottish countryside isn't massively different from English or Welsh countryside!). After a while there, we drove back to the hotel, stopping at a Buddhist temple on the way. Even here I heard a woman hok up her spit and spit out so loudly! I think the man with her ...
... The bar is down an alleyway and is made out of lots of old Chinese wood in a modern kind of Chinese way (hard to describe, hope pics do it justice). We take a seat and jake turns up within minutes, he looks really at home here. They have a heavy metal band on that night and they start sound checking, this is our queue to leave. Soft metal yes but Chinese heavy metal, no thanks, especially whilst doing a sound check. We go to another bar which has a lovely beer ...