Jin's Inn Dachang Nanjing
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Will flew back to the UK today for Mrs Wood's funeral (he sadly lost Mrs Woods (his "third" grandmother) and Gloria, his friend Aidan's mother over Easter weekend).
It was a gorgeous day. I have been in Nanjing at the beginning of the week supporting an English teacher in Jinling, and then went to Hangzhou on Thursday to support an English teacher in Hangzhou No 14, Stephen Gardner's centre.
This morning I caught ...
... mate ‘Emma’. Guess who wants to learn the piano now?
Saturday afternoon we hung out in Decathlon. This is a giant sports store with great prices. We bought badminton racquets ($4 each), shuttlecocks, mini backpacks ($4 each), table tennis bats and balls, a golf umbrella ($12), some trackies for me and some other bits and pieces. My kids’ love that over here customers get to play (test out) items in the shop. Kids were bike riding ...
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 ...
... soccer from my balcony. Emma, however, I need to chase down as she socializes with anyone she passes. My kids have hardly touched their ipads or the Playstation. YAY! The exercise is great for them, as long as we check pollution levels before they run around outside.
Overall, everyone is coping really well. The kids are generally happy. We get the occasional wail of "I want to go home" when something isn’t going right, but it ...
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! ...