Yan Oasis Resort & Spa
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... parts that were not renovated. Provided it doesn't rain or thunder, we should be ok, otherwise we risk getting struck by lightning out in the open... say what?! Uh... can I call my insurance company first? Not sure my premium covers death by stupidity.
Everyone's eyes immediately shot up to the sky to verify that no lightning was in sight - we assured and comforted each other that it should be fine, as if each were a trained meteorologist. After ...
... speaking desk. But still very limited. Once we got our tickets we had to go and join the queue to get into the main train terminals. The signs are in English too which is great. Managed to find our platform. We now have a hour wait until our train leaves. On the train now. The train is pretty impressive. 2nd class is really nice. I think Noel over worried and scared me. We have sat next to the same guy we sat next to in the waiting area. ...
We actually were called in to do some art work to describe or group and our experience on a poster board. Only the guys were available to help out. The girls are in a different dorm so there is no way to contact them. They guys were playing frisbee outside with some girls from another group and reluctantly came in to help. However, between Zach, Aaron, Sam, Rodrigo, Trent, and myself, we put together a collaborative work of art fit for any summer ...
... who are talking in English about education and MBA's, I'm properly ear wigging. I miss hearing English voices in the background, I did when I studied overseas and I still do now. We ask these guys for dinner recommendations, they send us to what only can be described as a restaurant department store and it's pretty awful. We need an emergency taxi to get us out of there!
Still struggling to settle in, as Mark keeps saying Beijing has yet to redeem itself to ...
... in Beijing. Vicky and Mickie were in the same class at Yi Gao and despite Mickie being in Guangzhou, they still keep in touch and remain good friends.
Like Mickie, Vicky graduates from her university in June. She was very busy finishing her final paper, as well as trying out for a job as editor with a government-owned publishing company, so we were pleased she could catch up with us. Vicky was telling us just how difficult it is to get a job and she had ...