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Got to the hostel and the nice owner took me across the alley to the market for a buffet. Then I rode the MRT to Lotus Pond, ate some Beef Noodle soup, the went to the harbour area where there was Bikertopia going on... a motorcycle conference with a giant stage of music and spotlighting after dark, but no band.... just local bike club guys driving the bikes on stage with little scantily clad taiwanese girls waving their flags from the back seat.
... Not sure about the morals I'm supposed to be teaching but it was great fun! Certain classes I started moving on from "high fives" for good work. I started to teach them "knuckle bumps" and saying wicked! They loved it! But these kids seem to have an inbuilt "need" to try and hurt Teacher! Initially it started off well, but as it progressed with certain kids, they'd start trying to punch me really hard! So we'll see how that goes over the next few weeks! My focus class on a ...
... going to be in the first 20 minutes of class, then individually take the pupils out and ask them a number of questions related to the vocabulary, sentence structure and grammar patterns they have been taught over the last few weeks. You give them individual scores and then send them back! This took the rest of class so I'm afraid I don't have too much to report on this group of kids yet as I didn't really have much time to get to know them!
So I'll try and make ...
... is one of the biggest commercial harbours in Taiwan, but it is still nice to see the deep blue ocean of the south of Taiwan.
Like I said, I was only in Kaohsiung for one day and the only real activity I did was going to the Old British Consulate. The building is really cool as it is one of the oldest western structures in Taiwan and looks typically British with its red brick walls. The view from the consulate is very beautiful as it is perched on top of a huge hill and ...
... driving through red lights, scooters on the pavements and driving the wrong way down the road are all quite common place here! So this should be fun!
Later on we went out for a meal to see off the NST I was taking over from. It was his last day in Tainan before he set off on a tour around Taiwan and then off on his way home. We ate at the same place our head teachers had taken us on our first day in arriving in Tainan! Which was nice. We got to meet some new CT's and ...