Tianlun International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the teahouse spread alongside the river. There is an area of veg growing marked on the map as 'Countryside Landscape'! Further up the river we saw lots of birds and butterflies. We've seen a kingfisher, heard a cuckoo, watched swallows, and made up a few more bird names: 'Red fantailed bird', 'Large mottled wagtail'. Some of the butterflies were huge, whereas some of the birds were tiny! We also saw some tiny frogs, and some big bugs. There are ...
... for shelter.....unbelievable*.
The West Sea Canyon was really something, steps and bridges cut out of the granite itself, I'm not one for proper paths but this one couldn't have been more in keeping, its formation painstaking. Thankfully, being so far from the cable cars and hotels, there were not so many people and we relaxed a little.
Huangshan was great, we stayed on the mountain and got a beautiful sunrise, but it didn't ...
... feeling rough “I feel awful, I’ve got a bit of a fever and a banging headache, and I feel really nauseous” he complained as we jolted our way through endless building sites. “I think I might have food poisoning from that bloody hotpot last night” “Sorry mate, but I think it’s more like we drank seven pints when we got back to the hostel and didn’t get to sleep till one in the morning” I ...
... that 7.6 is the worst 7th grade class in the school and
that every teacher struggles with them. He said they don't understand English at all, and they all get bad grades. In China, they clump students together based on skills and grades. Therefore, all of the really good students are together in a class, and all of the struggling ones are together. I don't like how they do this. Granted, my good classes are amazing!!! They make teaching seem easy, but the ...
... was either too tired, or preoccupied with evening calls they needed to make related to their regular jobs, to venture out for dinner tonight, so we dined at the hotel and retired early to our rooms. One of the highlights of a situation like this - bunch of strangers thrown together for an intense three weeks on a common mission - is the interesting conversations which ensue while in transit or over meals. Personalities are emerging and we're bonding. I ...