There're lot of fun for teaching the kids on Chinese. I'm really love to teach someone at school. because the kids were lovely and clever. Sometime they asked me a lot of difficult questions, but I don't know how to replied them. I would like to thanks Graham and Pippa giving me an opportunity to teach the student and train for my confidence.
Yesterday we went to the part of Western England - Cheltenham Racecourse, It took around 3 and half hours to travel there. It was very big racecourse and a large crowd of people. We bet on a few races for fun, and took a lot of pictures. Although the weather was not quite good, we still enjoyed the festival in Cheltenham. We departed early because of the traffic, and we went to Oxford. Oxford is a city in southern England , most of the overseas students like to choose Oxford University.It has high quality education and expert professor at the college.
Yesterday, Graham took me to Bruges, so we woke up early and drove the car to catch the train called Le Shuttle at 8 o clock. When we arrived the Bruges it was 10am, and we took the boat trip around a beautiful Belgium canal. We walked around and I then climbed 366 steps to the top of Belfry. Later we had wonderful lunch with a very nice view. Lastly, we bought a lot of souvenirs before leaving to catch the train . We went to a French supermarket on the way back. I would recommend a trip to Bruges for anyone visiting Europe.
Here is the Ladybird books exhibition
So amazing picture,and I like the sky with blue colors
with lovely woman Pippa
The seagulls in the air
How to do that? It is so genius to make your hair like this!~
Yesterday Graham and Pippa took me to Bexhill , it takes around 20 minutes to drive .After we arrived, we went to the Ladybird book exhibition at the De LaWarr Pavillion and had a look at the books which were very popular for children in the 1950s and 1960s. I was really impressed ,because the books were very good for educating children. After that, we had tea and snacks in a seafront cafe.
It you are visiting Sussex, you really should pay a visit to the De LaWarr Pavillion .