Tian You International
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... them arrive, freshly cooked, on our table 20mins later along with rice, both evenings. We've really enjoyed being out of the city and away from traffic, although there was a lot of building work going on, and they seemed to be dredging the river, so it wasn't entirely quiet. We had a good walk exploring the ancient town on our first afternoon. It is clearly renovated for tourists, but is very picturesque, with the red lanterns hanging from the dark ...
... thing I have ever said: "amazing, I've always wanted to get struck by lightning"; two minutes later I was flat on the ground, I turned to Hat and said: "fu*king hell, I've just been struck by lightning". Hat witnessed the bright flash in front of me, I felt a current rush through me, exactly as if I'd touched an electric fence, like I used to do as a kid touching my mates to pass on the current giving them a shock. We made a beeline as quickly ...
... hostel room. Reception would keep our packs for the day and gave us bus info on how to get to the Panda Breeding Sanctuary.
We hopped onto the Number One bus which took us out into the Chengdu suburbs to a bus station, and after a lot of wandering, pointing and finally being lead to the right spot by a very helpful local, we jumped onto the Number Eighty Seven bus (a bone shaker, identical to the Number Thirteen bus in Leshan). ...
... I was a little upset, but I acted like I was fine. I ran in and said, "Good afternoon, class!!!" in which they responded, "Good afternoon!!!" I then jumped into my lesson and felt much better once I saw how there were decent kids in China after all.
Their menus turned out great. After class, I went back to the office where all of the teachers were waiting to see if I was okay, and they all patted me on the back and said they also cry some days after teaching. ...
... where everything must be translated continues to be a bit taxing, but it does force everyone to listen closely, read body language and expressions, and be precise in one's questions and explanations. We continue to get outstanding support from our interns and the team of people from IBM and DOT who have arranged everything on our behalf. The packed agenda left virtually no time for diversions, so no unusual meals or sightseeing to report... in fact ...