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... be stopping again, except at motorway services. Lunch was, once again, delicious. And cheap. After lunch the truck was very quiet as most of us snoozed. The next bit of excitement was stopping at the services and buying snacks in the shop at the services. We all bought different things and then had great fun sampling the food. I seemed to have bought dried fish strips which was very tasty, although some less adventurous esters weren't keen on trying it. Those of us ...
... being served by a girl who didn't give a damn. Quite surreal. Once we made our way back to the hotel it was dusk and all the beggars came out - it was pretty horrible and sad. We had a tour meeting where we met our fellow travellers and our tour guide Tony (his English name). It was a good experience, however it was ***********nect with anyone. We have since discovered that China doesn't allow Facebook so sadly I have been unable to keep I touch with family and ...
... evening class.
As I was walking, I ran into a bunch of people, such as Greer, Valentina, Emi, and Natasha. Kelsey tried to sing "Benny and the Jets," but I snapped, "Oh, no."
Shari grabbed my butt.
Having an evening class till ten-fifteen sucks, but I deal with it.
When I walked back to the dorm, I ran into Lindsay. We walked up the stairs and told me people were off drinking. Lucky them.
Now, I am going to bed. Got a class tomorrow.
... After dinner went back to where the big stores are and discovered a whole 2nd floor with restaurants. They had a few Chinese restaurants but also had Mexican, Spamish and Italian among others. We saw a steak restaurant called "Flamme." We went to a place called Cantina Agave for a few drinks and chips and guacamole. I had an excellent Sour apple daquiri! I was somewhat annoyed because the straw they gave me was half of a straw. We had a lot ...
... people in the office I get to work with, with a dry sense of humor and all too willing to help embrace the challenges of China and Beijing. Outside of the office, there are some wonderful teachers. Best of all are Rochelle, a fellow Aussie (and Jewish to boot which makes her perfect), New Yorker Johnny who shares similar frustrations, and Rita from New Zealand who is the most relaxed and laid back person I know with her own genuine warmth.
MY DAILY LIFE AS A FOREIGN TEACHER ...