7 Days Inn Yancheng Jianjun Middle Road Zhongyin Haihua Square
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Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
KISS (type) Masks, you can find them almost anywhere.
But who ever would have thought I’d find one at Tieshan Temple?
... proof that miracles do happen. We made it home alive. That was the miracle. For some reason, Mr Lu, our driver, wanted to get home fast. Never mind the heavy rain, incredibly poor visibility and heavy traffic on the highway. He just kept driving as he normally does, weaving in and out of lanes, following closely behind other vehicles, and using the brakes often, which is fine on a fine day. Not today. Scary, scary stuff, I tell you!
... make food and take my own into work – or if I had a long enough lunch break on teaching days that I would be able to pop back to the apartment to eat so I wouldn’t have to go through that canteen experience again! Whilst we were eating it was pretty obvious that none of us were happy with our situation but we just ate in silence and kept smiling at all the Chinese teachers. As soon as we could leave the canteen and the school, we did! Except when we walked out of ...
... the car, in
and out of shops and police stations it’s even worse- we got soaked. First stop
was to go and get a sim card. Now, you would think it’s easy to get a sim card
… Not in China. I thought Bruce would take us to the nearest mobile phone shop
or supermarket like we would in the UK, instead he took us on a 40 minute car
journey to a university campus where the equivalent of the UK’s fresher’s week
was happening. So ...
... have her nails finished, four ids turned up at the shop, they must have been around 6-9 years old. They were amazing!! At first they were just so interested in us because we were foreigners and once me and Ruby started to try and talk to them they gained tons of confidence and started a tickle war with us- we told them we were from England told them our names, they then taught us how to say their names (which resulted in loads of laughing from them) and ...