- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... instead of a teaspoon of vanilla. Their ice cream was a little on the brownish side J
Marks had to be in on Friday but we’re still teaching our last units and had to “guess” what the students would receive for a mark. The reports aren’t printed until next Friday so we can change things if necessary.
As you can see in the pictures, we have 3 staff who are pregnant – 1 due any day ...
... time crunch to get all the mandatory units completed and assessed, but the end is in sight. J
Last Saturday we went to a Chinese tea which one of the staff organized. It’s a very popular thing to do and the best tradition we’ve come across this year! Thirty of us met at a large hotel and we had a private room with 2 large circular tables with large Lazy Susans in the middle. It took a while to get organized but once the ...
... custodian just removed the large ceiling tile so there’s been another hole for mice to peek out L. Apparently, it was a stalemate between the school and the building owner as to who was going to fix it and dripping continued till this week when I had 4 Chinese workers in my class, apparently oblivious to the fact that I was trying to teach since they talked continuously in loud voices. The kids and I were forced to vacate ...
... this year. We said our goodbyes Friday morning as they headed homeward and travelled down to HK that afternoon to meet Myra and Jim who had arrived earlier in the week. It rained all day Saturday so it was a museum day, but that cleared the air for a perfect week of weather here in Dongguan. From here, they left for Beijing where they joined a tour before travelling on to Korea. It really was wonderful having them all stay with us and they all have lots of ...
... a hike. We could see the waterfall from the resort, but couldn't tell if it was actually a waterfall or just a big scar on the mountain, as it didn't seem to be moving at all.
When we arrived, it was a real waterfall, and there was a very good, solid path of 4099 steps to the reservoir near the top. To get to the very top was 9999 steps - we had less than 2 hours to be back at the bus, so only went to the reservoir.