Vaya International Hotel
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One hundred years ago roughly was the anniversary of the Christmas truce. When allied and axis forces laid down their arms for one day to celebrate Christmas. Like many of those young men, I too am experiencing my first Christmas thousands of miles away from home (to those men Flanders must have felt just as far away as I am now). Although I may not be living in filthy mud with rockets flying over my head (although I regularly hear fireworks at all hours of the day from my bed) I ...
... 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 ...
... is luxurious.
Once we're all seated at two huge tables, Dr. Zhang, the university VP, proposes a toast and the food begins to arrive. Dish after dish is served onto the enormous lazy susan at the centre of the table so that we can help ourselves whenever we want. The room begins to buzz with talking and laughter. Throughout the ...
... of lesson subjects was the variety of methods the professors used for the direct teaching of content. They connected their topics to learning theories and practices we'd discussed in class. They explained abstract concepts with movie clips from Forrest Gump, Troy, and William and Catherine's ...
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 ...