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... little ploy to convince us of how great China is and that we would be put under some pressure at this meal. We ate our food which was lovely, it was a little awkward but we all tried our best to be positive and happy, keeping up appearances and all that. After the meal, Kirsty got up to go to the toilet and literally as soon as she was out of ear shot the four Chinese guys started piling on the pressure to me and Ruby – they explained how great our location and school is ...
... another branch – luckily when we got there the branch did do
account for foreigners and we were able to open an account at that branch. The
process for opening a bank account in China is unlike anything we would have
done back home. We literally had an official looking form written entirely in
Chinese of course, Bruce told us where to write our first name, second name and
passport number and that was it – we filled nothing else in!! Bruce ...
... seriously I am so happy that the food in Huai’An is so good.
After we had finished our food we found a nail salon and we
all decided to have gel nails. I have given myself the challenge of having nice
, strong nails by the time I leave China and at the moment they are so short (I’ve
been biting them really badly) so I have had a manicure and finished with gel
nail varnish to help them grow a little better. Whilst we were waiting ...
... so that he can process our residency permit (which then allows us multiple entries in and out of china, so more holidays and trips!), we also got our deposit back from the hostel and said our goodbyes to everyone in the office – the accountant, I have no idea what her name is but she seemed to take a shine to me and she must have more pictures than my mom does of me on her phone! Aliysa, who helped us so much with just general things whilst we were at Yangshuo, ...
... 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 ...