Yue Lai Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it's weird not having a 'base' anymore - when I've travelled so far in China, it's felt so good coming back to my familiar apartment, seeing my friends, catching up. It's nice knowing somewhere so well - having our favourite snack places, lunch places, bars and coffee shops. Knowing the three shops in Liaoxia that sell Coke Zero, and which BBQ stall is the best at the food market. Waving at RD lady on our way back from Tesco. Eating bread from ...
... 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 ...
... ride around Houjie. The original aim of the bike ride was to find the temple in Houjie (which apparently exists although I'm not so sure any more), but 4 hours later and no temple in sight, I just did my own thing. Found some cool areas including a more rural area of Houjie with fields and chickens, and what looked like the posh area too. It was such a nice day so Catherine, Cliadhna and me sunbathed on the roof when I got back and then did some lesson ...
As I'm writing we’re having yet another thunder and lightning storm with torrential rain. The weather forecast every day for the last 2 weeks has been the same; change of thunder showers. It hasn’t thundered every day but the reason for the forecasts is evident. The high temperatures and humidity are back and it’s now "stinking hot" – up to 40 with the humidity. What used to be a comfortable walk to the wet ...
... 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 ...