Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Changsha
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... each other and Christmas songs were being played in all the shops (albeit Chinese covers of the songs). Despite all this though, it felt hollow and unreal. Even now I still don't really know how to describe it. The only way I can think of describing it is, is that people were there to celebrate something but they didn't really know what it was that they were celebrating. None of the bars were playing songs and when I said Merry Christmas to passers by, all I got was confused ...
... foot against the step. The pain was horrific and were the other passengers helpful, no they either surged off or decided to stop and look. Thankfully I was wearing a really hard pair of shoes which I bought in England in the last few days before travelling. Had I been wearing converse or another pair of shoes, I fear I might be sitting in Chinese A & E rather than in this coffee shop now. Through out my life I have always considered myself to be extremely lucky, ...
... get up and circulate around the room, chatting in small groups. I'm tapped on the shoulder frequently to join in toasts and pose for pictures.
One of my favorite conversations of the evening is with a student who had surprised me during the first day introductions with his BBC-accented English. He tells me that ...
... the chance to show off everything they've learned in previous weeks of the program by teaching a 20 minute demonstration lesson on a topic of their choice. The professors in my class had been working diligently on their lesson plans for the last two weeks. Some chose to teach a concept from their ...
... picking oranges and dropping them down to me.
We kept pushing on through thick bushes until we came out in a cabbage patch in a rural village. Although I use the word village loosely. Roofs had caved in on the buildings, windows were cracked and doors off their hinges. Just when we thought this might be quite a picture, stray dogs appeared and proceeded to bark at us. We took this as a cue to go back through the bushes and find another way out. The ...