This is officially my first entry from the
Quick fast about how I go there. I left Jun Smuts International on the 29th of April, arrived on the afternoon of the 30th at Incheon International and was in transit in Honk Kong International for about an hour. The highest I saw us fly was 41000 feet at 967km/h with the outside temperature being as low as -59 Celsius. All in all it took me less than 24 hours from my house to Incheon.
When I arrived late in the afternoon in Incheon, I was picked up by Mr Han, chairman of the school board and Miss Yu, my co teacher for the middle school first grades. I must say that on the way to Icheon, we passed
Something I noticed was lots of high apartment buildings. I was told that it is because
Miss Yu informed me that the teachers of my school went for a little bit of a team building day and after going to climb
After dinner we were still not finished, because apparently the apartment hadn’t been used for a long time and was a little bit dirty and there were still a few things needed. This translated into me having to go along and get stuff at the shops. I have noticed that most of Asia keeps its shops open until quite late, unlike Europe or
After the shopping I was dropped of, showed the basics of using the apartment, like using a rice cooker and the hot water control, and then left to get some rest. I was quite grateful for this because I had been awake for about 36 hours by now. I was also informed that I only needed to be at the school at 12 the next day. I was actually offered a day off, but I would rather go to school than sitting at home doing nothing.
Due to the potential size of this one entry and the amount of thing I can write about, I will stop here and add another entry some time during the week. In it will tell you about the rest of my first week. I might stretch it over more than one week because lets face it; there is a lot to say with everything being new.
So for now,