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... and Daniel 8 greeted me. We talked briefly about what I would do, just use some workbooks the mom got from New Zealand for 45 minutes for each of them. Maggie is so smart but a little shy. She spoke English so well! And Daniel talked my ear off. Any question I asked he had about 5 sentences or more to say about it. I enjoyed working with them both, and smiled about how different their personalities were. They both played piano, I could hear one playing while I tutored the other one. ...
... easily, however...there are usually 4 or more exits, and of course I took the wrong one. About an hour later and several attempts at getting directions, once even from the restaurante over the road from the hotel, I flagged down a taxi , who did a frightful uturn into oncoming traffic and then dropped me a block away. Room is ok but will move across to the other side of the river when I get my ...
... Tran briefly and under-exaggeratedly mentioned about us girls having problems in Chinese toilets.
HOW TO TELL YOU'RE IN A CHINESE (WOMEN'S) PUBLIC TOILET
1. There is poo on the floor
2. You appear to be in a queue for the toilets but 50 other women have already pushed in front of you
3. There are multiple women in each cubicle, hopefully not squatting simultaneously
4. There are women squatting with the door open
5. There is no ...
So, working for Disney has been really easy so far. I have only been giving half hour demo lessons and these have been totalling one per day.
You usually get one of four types of child in a demo lesson. You can usually tell what kind they'll be as soon as they walk through the door:
Type 1 - The Mute. Comes in clinging to mother. Insists on sitting with her throughout lesson. Won't ...
... whole length of it &, guess what, the carriage my seat was on was in the second carriage from the front, in other words a hell of a long walk!! By the time I got onto the train I was soaked, my seat was the middle one of 3 between 2 men but I couldn’t face sitting there with my backpack so waited for the train to leave & sat in the very rear empty seats.
It was a pity I couldn’t see the scenery as we were flying along, although I would have ...