Youngor Leidisen Hotel
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There are plusses and minuses of living in a country where you can't read or speak the language.
The plusses - when you are in a taxi and the taxi driver asks you how much you earn as a foreign English teacher - you understand what they are saying, but find the question offensive, so you can just say "ting bu dong"- as in - "I don't know what you are saying". They drop the subject after a while.
The minuses - not being able ...
... cocoons were being used for the matting in silk comforters. We all got to help stretch these pieces of wet silk from a two-foot square onto a frame -- pretty cool! These comforters (the filling for a duvet) were only $100, but the silk duvet covers were around $500. So, no, we didn't buy one from the government store!
We were actually looking for a silk robe for Brennan, but they only had them in children's sizes that he has already outgrown or ...
I was supposed to be doing lesson observations, but they were cancelled, so I managed to spend the day with the Writhlington students and Rachel again.
We went out to a new school in the morning where the students taught some lessons. We then went to Tong Li (one of my favourite places in ...
I have been in my centre in Suzhou working this week, and realised that it was half term in the UK. I contacted Rachel and they were arriving in Suzhou on Wednesday. I booked into the same hotel, the JinJiang near the Amusement Park. I had arrived back from Matt's centre in the early afternoon and was just going out to get something to eat at Emerald City when I heard voices. As I walked into the foyer there were the Bath ...
... locals lived and to a local market where they sold everything. Saw the live eels, frogs, chickens, etc for sale.
An early dinner and back to the hotel in time for happy hour again. Leonie and I opted for coffee and ice cream at a lovely little coffee shop we found the night before. Coffee is dearer here than at home but just so good when you have not had it for a while.