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... that school or staying in China – The whole thing is too corrupt and I felt like a pawn in a game of chess, I was just part of a money making scheme, Bruce said that we would all go for something to eat so that we could all ‘be happy’ and that we would go for barbecue with Lily. We all agreed because we were starving though none of us really wanted to go anywhere other than to bed. When we were nearly into Huai’An city Bruce called Lily and ...
... our pay monthly contract hands down doesn’t it!?!
So straight after we got the sim cards, Bruce drove us to
the police station in Chuzhuo. As part of the conditions for mine and Ruby’s
visa we need to be registered at the main police station of the area where we
will be living and working within 30 days of arriving in China, Bruce will then
need to do some more admin work and help us to process our z visas so that we
can obtain ...
... 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 ...
... 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!!
... to take all sorts of fun pictures that we'll laugh at looking back.
It was so hot that we could all feel ourselves glistening in sweat.
After lunch, we took a boat ride down the river and were serenaded by the man driving our boat.
It was a great experience.
We spent the next few hours walking through the markets and working on our bartering skills.
I bought gifts for most of my family.
Our most noteworthy experience ...