Yidu Jinling Grand Hotel
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... in the Han Dynasty and the construction project took more than fifteen years to complete. In later dynasties, the temple had become so famous that a large number of new temples ...
We got word on Thursday that Dr Chen was taking the senior management team and the foreign teachers away for a night to Yancheng, staying in a five star hotel. Sweet!
It took four hours to drive there, and then an hour sitting in the van waiting for all the Chinese staff to book in. We were then given room cards and told just to walk straight through the lobby to the elevator and go to our rooms. The reason? It takes too ...
... make food and take my own into work – or if I had a long enough lunch break on teaching days that I would be able to pop back to the apartment to eat so I wouldn’t have to go through that canteen experience again! Whilst we were eating it was pretty obvious that none of us were happy with our situation but we just ate in silence and kept smiling at all the Chinese teachers. As soon as we could leave the canteen and the school, we did! Except when we walked out of ...
... because at this point we still weren’t
completely sure of our surroundings or where we could get decent food from. In
Huai’An , 3 foreign girls walking down the road (especially 3 foreign girls
like us) is a rarity and we were being stared by everyone, we knew someone was
following us and it turned out to be a young girl. She said ’Hello’ to us in
her best English so we responded and continued to walk and look for somewhere
We had to be ready for 9am today because Bruce was taking us to our school. The school was in Chuzhuo which is only 40 minutes from where we are staying at the moment in Huai’An city and when we got there we realised just how huge the school is and it kind of helped to put into perspective the reason why our classes are going to be 60 in size. I thought it was a strange set up because we had to walk through an office before you got into the school ...