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... Su Laoshi for teaching me bus stop! Mike relieved to find me safely with the bus but heartbroken that the ice cold Diet Coke he had managed to procure for me from the cafe I couldn't find had succumbed to the 36 degree heat. Have asked Mike not to lose me again! Government silk factor interesting but not as good as the rickshaw ride through the old streets. Mike a bit wary and feeling guilty ...
... our graduation ceremony.
It was really nice.
We showed our slideshow, gave out the certificates, and took lots of pictures.
We shared memories over watermelon and said goodbye for now.
We really have grown fond of our Chinese colleagues and are sad to bid them farewell.
We got a bus back to the hotel in the pouring rain and begun packing up our hotel rooms.
We were distracted by a mysterious alarm and ...
Two more teaching days!
Today was our day where the teachers had to take what they've learned and apply it to their classrooms.
We modelled a literacy lesson in the morning, and they had the whole afternoon to develop their own lesson using our strategies and their textbook.
It went really well.
After school, we had an early dinner as we had to prepare for our gala celebration in the evening.
The real estate company that sponsors the ...
... culmination of our murder mystery.
They really seemed to enjoy it, although it wasn't so much a murder mystery as it was them just asking each other questions.
After school, we enjoyed a few Tsingtaos and a nice quiet dinner.
Our evening plans consisted of KTV for the third time.
We had a great time as always.
KTV and Tsingtao are the two things I ...
... displays I’ve ever seen in action, so naturally I was inclined to by a brand new silk shirt in the gift shop after.
After the Silk Museum, we grabbed a couple of tuk tuks and headed back to our hotel. The streets were a cacophony of noise and traffic that Sebastian slept through until the very end. We weaved around cars and pedestrians, through barricades, and somehow avoided what we thought was the inevitable blow from behind. Even though there’s no visible ...
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