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Total breakdown this morning after coffee and singing song 68. I don’t have to be at school until 10.50 thank goodness. It means I don’t leave until 10.15 and it’s not even 9 yet. I have a meeting tonight, alone, but I have one.
5th September (general)
Longest day at school. I had a bit of a freak out during lunch break. Paul has gone to Korea. Got all my photos of me teaching and ...
... as we had had for breakfast as often as we could when Regine and I toured China together. I wouldn’t stop reminiscing so the lovely people at our table organised me a second helping. Thanks, guys! The soups we’d had so far as one of multiple dishes at each meal had been a fairly thin affair and nowhere near this prime example of a wet treat.
Next we boarded the train and heard some interesting onboard lectures as the train headed ...
... Main industry in Guilin is tourism and the second industry is agriculture. One of the Interesting things that i discovered in this part of China is the fact that the Chinese make rain coats with palm trees. Tax on commodities is much cheaper than the rest of China. This makes this place more attractive than other cities. You can also find indigenous people in this part of China. Guilin has a population of over 5 million people. There are in total 700,000 people in the city of Guilin.
... seen so far in China and quite the attraction to the locals (actaully having 3 girls with blond hair dosen't hurt either, even I got asked to have my picture taken). Any how, to make a long story short we managed to aquire a bottle of the local liquor and had ourselves a fun night. After the two days on the wall we returned to Beijing for a free day. The majority of the group wanted to go see pandas so we went to the Beijing zoo. It was an ...
... project funded, and these poor children will no longer have to go up and down this hilly route 2 to 3 times a day to fetch dirty water from this water source.
If you are interested in further supporting this worthy cause for water conservation in North-West China, visit the HK registered charity's website: www.LLCS.org.hk