The Emperor Beijing Forbidden City
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... into this as I was still upset from this
morning. This day was very hard for me, I know I can be a great teacher…. I put
in the effort and am enthusiastic about teaching so when this happened I was so
disappointed that I couldn’t show my ability. Thankfully we weren’t being observed that day…
going to try really hard and not let this spoil teaching for me. I am going to
make my lessons simpler and easier to adapt. At least I can only improve from
... another. There were 4 sets of bunk beds. The beds are cool because they have curtains so you can block off and have privacy. Soon, the boys and Phil & Anna came into our room for a meeting where we discussed fears&hopes, coupling, drugs/alcohol, and our itinerary. Once they left, I took a shower. It's like not a bath or anything, just a faucet on the wall. It's actually really cool.
I've barely gotten two hours of sleep in the past 28 hours so I'm super tired. ...
... 80’s he moved with his family to Guilin and he started a vegetable stall in the marketplace. Jerry went to school and learned English and today he has a car an apartment a family and a good living. Jerry drove us through the area where he grew up. It is now a very prosperous agricultural area because it is China’s premier area for growing kumquats, a delicacy favored by the rising Chinese middle class whose price has risen tenfold in the last ...
... We then hopped back onto the underground and went back to Tiananmen square and proceeded to visit the forbidden city - this huge area of ancient halls and palaces of the ancient emperors is very impressive with its huge squares and gardens - all surrounded by a wide moat. Nearly a mile long it's a long walk round !! After a sandwich in a modem shopping centre to relax in the air con at Subway we decided to walk back ---- 40 minutes later and ...
... bet Chen said "over 600 years ago" over 100 times today. Today was all about the Ming dynasty, as we headed to their tombs after the wall. Our lunch was nothing to write home about, as dad would say, but yet hear I am writing home about it. The tombs were incredibly massive and it is mind boggling to see how these emperors lived (and ...