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... babies but diapers on the goats! Pretty funny . . . . As we rode along, there were tons of these tiny store fronts . . Looked like there might be small houses in behind . . . Selling all sorts of tires and steel and metal pipes . . Small restaurants . . And then you'd come across a huge modern high rise . . . Also along the road were many high rise apartment buildings that looked totally abandoned . . Almost like it was easier ...
... During that weekend, we ate very well, there were a lot of fruits and nuts, and the meals Barry's parents cooked for us were plentiful. I also tasted the best 炒面 (Chao Mian, or fried noodles) I've ever had. When I thought the weekend couldn't get any better, we were served Chinese tea, and it was definitely the greatest tasting tea I've ever tasted.
I hope I will keep seeing and discovering new things to share with you,
Until next time !
... day, really warm and sunny.
We got back and had a lovely evening with Silvie at home as she had cooked a lovely Morroccan curry and couscous.
Very relaxing weekend!
We are both in Ningbo for the rest of the week visiting all three of our centres.
Will and I got the 11am train from Nanjing to come down to Ningbo to stay with Silvie, the CP of Ningbo Xiaoshi IB School. We spent a lovely afternoon having lunch at Pizza Pino by the river, and then walking along the river to have a cocktail at the Marriott Hotel.
In the evening we went to a restaurant and wine bar to meet up with Aly and Zephyr (Silvie's lovely art and English ...
... life in Ningbo.
The following Monday, I got my course schedule set up with the school I'm attending, which is located in the downtown area of Ningbo. There are many parks and markets to be seen around Tianyi Square and I still haven't seen it all. I have one on one classes everyday for three hours, in which I chat a lot with the teacher and improve my listening and speaking, but also study from the book the school provided.
I later met one of ...