Yue Lai Garden Hotel
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... start sweating for 20 minutes! Tim is registered to do a marathon the end of November so he’s’ happy the weath.er is cooling down.
Oh, the other thing that was a treat in Japan was Internet that was fast and consistent, unlike here. Some people said they were having trouble with my gmail account. If it bounces, try email@example.com
Hope you are all well. Take care,
Helen & ...
... teacher/friend made an appointment for me today and took me to the salon. The big difference is that your hair is cut first and then washed. Because I had pictures from the last time Kim cut my hair home, language wasn't a problem and all went well. TIm just got home and he had 2 shampoos and blow dries with his short hair!
One more week of school (still long, tiring days) and we're off for a week. We have out tickets to fly ...
Lots of new experiences this week with a number of celebrations. Monday was a holiday for many Chinese, but our school stayed open. It was the mid fall moon feast, celebrated by giving friends and relatives boxes of moon cakes - nasty things, according to my kids.
Tuesday was one of my boy's birthday and his mom brought in a huge, sponge cake lavishly decorated with real cream and sculpted fruit pieces, plus drinks and munchies for ...
Another week and, hard to believe, we've been gone a month! Life is becoming a little more routine, which is good, but everyday still presents new adventures and challenges, like the basketball game last Sunday night. It was a charity game between NBA CBA players - some well known players like Yao Ming (Houston Rockets)
It was at the new basketball arena, holds 20,000 and I swear
15,000 of them were driving their cars to ...
First of all, congratulations to us for completing a full week of school! It was draining and frustrating at times, but most all teachers are feeling the same way and misery loves company. On the plus side, we're getting to know our students and they are nice kids - not much attitude, but, boy, some of them don't listen well (sound familiar?) We're both going to need to do lots of work ...