Bamboo Grove Hotel
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... fine silk embroidery. You could not tell that the 'paintings' were embroidered until you were up close as they looked like water colours. We had dinner in the Western quarter at a restaurant called the Blue Frog. Matthew very happily ate a chicken fajita and I ate a $20 Australian Angus burger with a Hoegarten ...
... cold today! We will try to blog at the airport tomorrow, but if we can't, we will see you all soon! We have been amazed overall with our students - all extremely well behaved and no homesickness. All their parents can be very proud of the way they participated in school life and Chinese culture with respect, confidence and just the right amount of Aussie humour. They are a credit to CPS and true ...
... welcome. They were concerned that our children did not enjoy their lunch, so they arranged for an afternoon 'tea' of bakery treats and hot water. They then took us all, together with selected students, on a walk to a nearby tulip display where they bought out students kites and ribbons to play with. Back to school for some more lessons, then bus and back home. We're exhausted but looking forward to dinner in the hotel and an early ...
... for the day. Jess was surprised at being able to follow a challenging algebra class, and Sacha and Saxon found answering questions in the English class quite easy! The students will have their own tales to tell when they get home, but they had rockstar status and enjoyed their day thoroughly. They were showered with gifts and made new friends. They were surprised to find how little play time Chinese students get. It was ...
We awoke to a crisp morning inside our room. We learned from Andy that setting one produced the most heat not setting three which we had cranked the whole night...maybe we had the air conditioning on...it felt like it! We departed for the train station and upon arrival we dispersed to find breakfast. I opted for coconut cookies as I could not stomach the vacuum packed chicken feet option. We took a bullet train to Shanghai. ...