Travel Blogs from Chenzhou
... with them the next day. I had a heavy heart thinking and wondering what their day would be like without visitors. :(
In the afternoon we did some local sightseeing which include a trip to the "beach" (actually a concrete park with sand in the middle of town) and a trip to the mountain where we had great views of the city.
... perfect for all ages even the younger babies. We spent the full morning with the kids until nap time. One little boy climbed immediately up on Hilda's lap. It is clear they want to be held. Another little guy would giggle and laugh when he had my finger to hold in order to help him walk. It was great to be there and to give them so much attention but emotionally overwhelming at the same time. I'm amazed by the ...
... text-size-adjust: auto; ">We visited the baby room and preschool. Most of the caregivers (nannies) are younger now. We have learned the orphanage now requires an education degree and is hiring much younger caregivers than we saw in 2006. This is because the majority of the children now there are special needs. We were thrilled though to learn that two caregivers who knew Amity (Jie Ling) are still there. They remembered Amity as one of the ...
... reason, had an American accent and constantly asked me if I'd like to 'walk with him through the flowers', there was the incredibly muscular boy who was always calling me beautiful and implying my boyfriend was 'not handsome enough' for me, there was the girl with the glasses and striped shirt who was always the first to have a try at some awful, humiliating game when all the other girls wouldn't. There were all the girls in the middle row who cried at the end of Kung Fu Panda ...
... but it also makes me feel rather sad. I know they were good students and, like 455, I had a loyal fan base of students that hung on my every word, greeted me outside of class and frequently gave me small gifts. I think the main problem was that, as a whole, class 459 did very little to distinguish itself from the other classes. Though I can clearly remember specific students who I liked from ...
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