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... just in a fit of laughter, the kind with no noise, but with lots of tears. Partially tears of laughter and partially tears of stress. I thought I was going to be left out in the middle of China and no one would know that we were gone, forced to beg for food, live in the slums in the hills and mindlessly wander down dirty streets trying to find my way back to civilization, if we were to ever make it back alive.
Adventure is always out there,
... and then have time to study my Chinese with some of the teachers from about 415-530PM. At 530 the school serves us dinner and then I go home to do whatever it is I want.
The days are long, but obviously not very grueling work. I certainly cannot complain.
I get to spend time in a foreign country while getting paid to work with little kids all day. Not too shabby!
Adventure is out there,
... Pudong and downtown Shanghai! For 50 Yuan each, we all took this train to meet our bus driver in Shanghai. This was a little treat arranged by our tour guide (surprise number two for the day). Our train went 301 kilometers per hour or about 180 miles per hour. It was pretty cool because it actually seems to twist on its side when getting into the city. It's more like an amusement park ride.
We were taken to our gorgeous hotel in Shanghai ...
... a piece of cake and chucked it from across the room, hitting her in the face. She screamed and was extremely ****** off. I merely shrugged it off--come on, have some fun. The only reason this 10 minute long cake battle ended was one simple reason: we ran out of cake to throw. The 10-inch cake was completely obliterated, spread upon the floor, walls, and ...
... with classes from the teachers perspective. I had heard teachers throughout my schooling talk about how, for the same content, one class of students went very well but another class of students went poorly. I got the gist of what they were saying but I only ever thought of it from a students perspective. I teach the same lesson plan to five different classes of students. With the same content, one class might be riveted and participating and the next bored ...