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... wants Pizza hut now girls, shall we go there?’, again we all agreed because we wanted food and to be honest some Western food would go down a treat so I wasn’t bothered, so that’s where we went. When we got to Pizza hut, Lily was already there and Bruce’s business partner and husband turned up too; I had already been thinking that taking the three upset English girls to Pizza Hut was a bit strategic but when his business partner turned up I knew that this ...
... make money from sending all the
foreign teacher to open an account and that we can’t actually use that bank
account outside of Guilin! Since we got sent to Huainan we needed a new bank
account in order to get paid. We went to one Bank of China branch, waited for
10-15 minutes not knowing what the hell was going on and then Bruce suddenly
said ‘No, we go. They don’t do this here’ – so we had to get back in the van
... down the main strip and seriously we are like celebrities
here, everyone stares at us (in a nice way) almost crashing cars and bikes to
get a good look, people are desperate to speak to us and I must be on more
pictures here than I ever was back home because they are all taking sneaky
images on their phones and iPad of us!! As we were walking a young girl (really
can’t remember her name) popped up behind Ruby and said Hello, we all replied
and thought no ...
... tell him how much they miss his moms cooking.
We went back to the hotel after our food and just chilled, Bruce then sprung it on us that we would be meeting our principal and assistants at our school tomorrow (which is about a 40 minute drive from the hotel, a 5 minute walk away from the apartments that we will eventually be moving in to) – I was quite excited by that and looking forward to seeing where I am actually going to teach!!
... head back to our buses.
On the way, dozens of Chinese people kept waving at me and smiling and wishing me well.
One woman insisted in Chinese that I should have been paid and that I had been ripped off.
Little kids stared at me (not only am I a white person over 6 feet, but I'm the white person over 6 feet that was just on stage with my bride)
All in all, it was such a fun experience.
The show was amazing and being able to take part ...