Vaya International Hotel
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... support if we run into problems) were amazed, no teacher has ever been given a bonus before or indeed such a high pay rise.
And so I felt very good about myself when we went out for drinks that night to welcome in Christmas Day. Up till now, Changsha has shown very little signs of being in the Christmas spirit. But that night it was like an explosion of all things Christmas. The streets were packed to ridiculous levels. People were equipped with Santa hat's and handing them ...
... is throwing dice in a game or a life decision. Either way I always seem to land on my feet and today luck was definitely on my side.
Anyhow after that rather scary experience (and a very strong mocha), I am ready to bring you all up to date on my adventures in Changsha.
Three weeks ago (November 12th), my grade 5 class were bubbling with excitement, they were to perform Frozen's "Let It Go" in front of the school. Through out the lesson they ...
... learning new techniques to try with his own students. "But most of all," he says, "when I get back to my classroom, I'm going to be less authoritarian and more of a friend. That's important, I think."
Two hours later, after the food is mostly gone and our wine glasses are empty, we all head back to the hotel. We want to make sure ...
... beginning of his lesson. Then he taught the lesson and followed up by requiring us to modify our initial drawing, based on what we had learned. My rose window was out of synch with the rest of my Gothic drawing, so I erased it. Then I watched as the other students drew their sketches on the blackboard, ...
If there is one place I love to be in Changsha, it is the Yuelu mountain. I climb the mountain most nights for Ti Chi and at weekends I often climb it during the day to see all the different sights there is to see. And every time I climb there is always something new to see and this time was no exception.
I also had pleasant company in the form of Robin, an American friend of mine who is also teaching English (albeit the American kind) who was visiting ...