Motel 168 (Nanjing Yangpixiang)
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... chores, cleaning the apartment; catching up on washing; sorting out my things to take for Patrick and Celtie's wedding and packing the cases to take back to the UK.
It was such a lovely day so I decided to go for a walk at 3.30. I walked down to Changle Lu Xi and walked to the end where it meets the city wall. I paid 50RMB to get up on the wall and walked all along westwards, past Mendong (an area they are refurbishing ...
... Friday (which I was unable to attend). Lochie also received one last week but I didn't know about it and didn’t go to assembly. The children earn points through the day and when they collect large amounts (eg 50, 100 etc) they are acknowledged. I like that they have to 'earn’ their award and are not just given one randomly.
Friday was the last day of term 2. The school now has 2 weeks of ‘spring break’.
Saturday morning we ...
A few days after writing the day 7/8 blog we moved to our house in Master Land. It was HUGE. "Wow" all three kids shouted at once, then they all ran up to their bedrooms while I found myself a nice comfy place to rest. Meanwhile upstairs Sam and Lochie were planning out their room, (I'm not sure about Emma though).
The next day we went to IKEA to ...
... from hot to cold every 10 minutes. Lochie won his sprint heats, but came second in his year 3 final. He is very disappointed that there is one Year 3 child who is faster than him (lucky this guy is a friend)!
Our house is in a fantastic part of Masterland – it is right across from the road from the Clubhouse (in the centre of the estate). The Clubhouse contains a table-tennis table, badminton courts, foosball tables, ...
The first few days in our 4-storey house, were a killer on the legs! With the unpacking, sorting and cleaning I was up and down the stairs constantly. The first 2 nights I lay awake during the night in agony, but it's awesome exercise for the family (some of us need it more than others!). I DO worry about someone falling down the stairs (I nearly did while cleaning), or the kids falling off a banister, as some big gorilla has shown them how to slide down it! ...