Victory International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it was really special. Cool seeing where we live from so high up. And I had a steak for the first time in 5 months, which was one of the best I've ever had. We then headed to the Western bars, Irene's and Ray's, to chill out for the last time with everyone. I'm really gonna miss them all.
We've also been to see some dragon boat racing as it was the festival the other weekend. It was pretty cool as there were over 60 people in each boat! ...
... down the Colorado River and I so enjoyed getting soaked! It was 40 degrees with the humidity and the sun beat down on us the whole time.
Last week was like an eating frenzy in my class. One of my students is moving back to Korea so his mom brought in lunch for all of us – Korean sushi, pizza, spaghetti, chicken nuggets and desert and drinks! Then 2 of the girls have summer birthdays so the moms wanted to ...
... some of that beauty once you use them as a reading tool instead.
Headed back, had a nice stir-fry for dinner from the food market and then chilled out with Catherine and the guys.
The week just gone I've been finalising my travel plans for 5 weeks around China. Since we finish earlier than we thought we would, I'm not going to Hong Kong to renew my visa - maybe I'll use the extra time to do some more of SE Asia after China. Starting off in Zhangjiajie, ...
... finished the term for a mere $1,500.00/month! That was for the 2 of us, but still…
Our plans are all finalized for our return trip home. We fly to Berlin and spend a few days there before taking the train to Firth, near Nuremberg, where Tim will run in a marathon on his 55th birthday, June 21. We then travel to Belgium for a week and join a river cruise down the Rhine for a week, ending in Basil, Switzerland. ...
... my equilibrium. Next Saturday is the Spring Fair and I’m on the organizing committee. The principal and I convinced the parent group that we should be donating the profits to a charity so the proceeds will go to the Nepal Earthquake Relief. We just finished our last set of parent teacher interviews yesterday AND we’ve written our last student narratives – comments about each child in all subjects – Alleluia!!! Now ...