- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Binzhou
... us, and thanked
us for teaching their kids English. A few parents asked for us to take pictures
with their children but the best one was when a mother asked her daughter to
take a picture of me and her… she held my hand while we took the photo it was
really cute. We also received our timetables for which classes we will be
teaching. I will be teaching grades three and five.., with some random classes
of grade 4 and 6. Out of all three of us I got ...
... English we all stood in the door way for about ten minutes with our translators out trying to figure out who this guy was. Wendy showed him the Chinese word for air conditioning in which he shook his head out… all the while he’s speaking rapid Chinese while holding up four fingers. We were all very confused. Eventually we worked out he was a teacher who lived on the fourth floor who just came up for a visit. Haha Our very little mandarin skills ...
The city is about an hour and a half by bus from where we
live but we were all desperate to get out and explore even with the heat. The bus ride itself was actually good, I slept
for most of it as usual so it went quickly… luckily we don’t have to worry
about when to get off because Weifang is the last stop haha and there is only
one bus (good old bus 68) that goes there.
Once we had ...
... I finally arrived at the bus station, I thought things would only get easier from here on out. As luck would have it, to my dismay it only got more increasingly difficult as nobody at the bus station could speak a word of English. Chinese not being the most friendly of people were reluctant to help the foolish foreigner, I eventually found the right bus and was on my way. I arrived in the town I would then call home for the next ...
... buildings. There's also development in the city replacing old residential buildings. It's a bustling place with lots of shops, restaurants, and some cafés, and some wealth as well. Also, there aren't many non-Chinese, so I get a lot of fascinated stares, especially when I'm with Ben. Especially cool is to see Ben in his element, running schools and knowing the city and people ...