Yunfu Triumph Hotel
Travel Blogs from Yunfu
... I still had only a basic idea of what to expect, that was until yesterday when I arrived and looked at the picture of Lichacun Village.
Feng shui influenced the organisation of the village buildings and spaces to maximize qi which is ...
I also remembered the current extreme flooding of not only Chaozhou city but many others down here; A bus ride further south was probably not the smartest decision I've ever made.
Sadly here in China just like ...
... Owen, the Boss of the company I work for, basically told me to do a flit in the night, so I did, but by day!
I packed all of my belongings up, and put one case inside of the other so that the lady taking me to the airport didn't realise I had EVERYTHING! I had to pay excess baggage, because I had EVERYTHING all in one bag, and secretly managed to give her my keys without her realising I wasn't coming back! Sneaky!
I worked for the first term in Guangzhou and ...
... in public schools)
I like to play language games which include as many students as possible.
A good game I have played successfully is called 'word relay'.I give each person at the back of the row a sentence. They must then 'Chinese whisper' this sentence to the person in front, and they have to pass the sentence on by whispering and so on. The sentence should reach the student at the front, and they then have to race to write the correct sentence onto the board. It is fun, ...
... to learn.
The beds in China are hard. End of story. At first, I saw a bed, and automatically flopped onto it. Well I nearly broke my back, as did I every night for the first few months. It has taken me a long time to get used to, and now I don't notice it anymore, until I wake up after sleeping on my back and notice I can't actually move for a good 10 minutes without trying to stretch it out! All of the mattresses are hard, and the softest I have slept on ...