The latest intake of Lattitude volunteers have arrived; 10 girls and 3 guys who I'll be training for 8 days to prepare them for 5 months being an English teacher in a Chinese school. The 13 teenagers come from 5 different countries this time. Two were delayed (by 12 and 24 hours) on the way here while another found her luggage had missed the flight. But, as of this evening, all volunteers and bags had made it. This course will be particularly tricky as the usual Lattitude Coordinator, Kelly, is currently having a baby so there will be less help on the social side. Plus, I'm just getting over a nasty cold which left me without a voice for three days. But we'll get there!
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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