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... br> We have really been enjoying teaching at Shanghai Far East School. While we have many more classes than we had at Nanyang, we are also much more appreciated and have many more teachers that speak English, that we can communicate with. Our workload is still less than what we would have in NZ, and so we feel there is a good work/life balance.
My two classes are gorgeous. Little toe-rags to begin with, but they now ...
Just a quick note to let you all know that we made it to Shanghai!! What an arrival! As soon as we got to the airport (a little late) ... We hopped on the amazing MagLev train, walked the Bund, shopped for beautiful pearls, went to a nice dinner, and then saw the Shanghai Acrobats! Great show!! We had a short ...
... the subway system is just as user friendly. We soon found a very vibey and trendy Thai place for dinner (yes not chinese, but it's still in keeping with the Asian theme) with a great English menu. As soon as we were seated we could tell we'd chosen well- food looked great, classy, clean, good service and lots of locals. It was delish (or maybe were both very hungry)! We walked around the area some more- what a difference a few metro stops can make, ...
This was one of the best nights in China so far. It was so awesome to see this side of China in a setting where everyone lets loose. Any other dinners we’ve had with our co-teachers are a little stiff. Take a look at the pictures and you can see just how much fun it was!
*All of the pictures were taken on my iphone and at an awkward angle so I apologize for the blurriness. The wine had nothing to do with ...
... I was on death's doorstep for most of my first day and night.
I thought I had taken all of the necessary precautions to avoid jet lag and tummy troubles - like taking two valium to induce sleep on the plane and ingesting fistfuls of probiotics to prepare my stomach for the onslaught of foreign foods that was to come. Alas, sleep was elusive (2 hours out of 14 on the plane) and I saw everything I ate twice...once going down and once coming back up.