Motel 168 (Changsha Railway Station)
TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 168 (Changsha Railway Station)
Anywhere where you get leaflets through the door about prostitution and where you can see into the bathroom from the bedroom gives off a certain vibe. Bed was comfy though and food was ok
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Sorry this took a few days to write. I haven't really had any internet since I moved into my new apartment. Even now, I am making do with a temperamental internet cable. First thing to mention is that Changsha is one of the hottest places that I have ever been to. Not because of glaring sun but because of intense humidity. I …
... my laptop and head there for some piece and quiet.
However the buses were horrifically busy to the point where people were fighting over the smallest spaces. I managed to squeeze on, just, through the exit (I gave the driver my bus pass which he scanned for me). As we left, my bag got stuck in the door (sorted that out eventually) and then at the next stop, I got knocked over by some idiot and during the commotion the door I was wedged next to opened, ...
... learning new techniques to try with his own students. "But most of all," he says, "when I get back to my classroom, I'm going to be less authoritarian and more of a friend. That's important, I think."
Two hours later, after the food is mostly gone and our wine glasses are empty, we all head back to the hotel. We want to make sure ...
... while others delved into topics of personal interest.
As a class of 26 instructors, we had been giving our colleagues feedback before, during, and after class, and back at the hotel where we were all living .
As I reviewed the professors' ...
... have taken forever going back the way we came so instead we pushed on into the unknown.
The great thing about this, however, was that there was no one around which is almost unheard of in China thus far.
In my last blog, I mentioned that Changsha was heavily involved in the fighting against the Japanese in World War 2. The Yuelu mountain was where the Chinese were heavily dug in. When I have previously visited the mountain I had found various ...