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... enjoyed himself a nice bowl of noodles at a little stand while we sat in the cab in disbelief AND with the meter running -_-
Once we got on our way, to make the story shorter, we were about 40 minutes into the cab ride...so Drew and I kept looking around like where the heck is this guy taking us?! We were in the middle of China in some unknown town, with not a single soul who speaks English and everything looked ancient. Not to mention that our cab driver ...
... names, just shrunk down for kids. My one boy came to class the other day wearing Royal Blue Dior moccasins...I almost took them and ran, hoping they would fit me haha. One other boy wears strictly Calvin Klein....
I arrive at school every day around 7:50AM to have breakfast. I take my time eating until 8:10 and then I go to the front gate to pick up my kids from their parents from 8:15-9AM. From 9-10 we have a work ...
... that didn't just look like massive gray Lego creations--for once, they were painted, a seemingly sacrilegious thing. Painted quite well, I must say, as if the government allowed one man to take LSD and go crazy (cause people on LSD run around and paint buildings). We also played on the random exercise stations spread out every few blocks; there was a very old man who smiled as we joined him in swinging our legs back and forth. He left shortly after we came and advanced to the next ...
... was good for me in the end. Even when people told him to slow down he'd just ignore them and tell them I understood (sometimes I didn't, honestly). I just nodded and kind of got the picture. The cook would come out occasionally and ask me questions like where I was from (which state specifically). I told him he probably doesn't know it, but he wanted to know anyways. I told him. He didn't know. I told him "New York's here," gesturing, "and I'm here", pointing under it. He said ...
... the awkwardness, her mom offered to take us out in her car to drive us out for food after I "whined" that I was hungry (not my words, unfortunately). She took us to one of her favorite noodle places and we got some good grub. Afterwards, she then took us to Ciqikou, the Old Street in Chongqing, which my parents and I actually wanted to visit while we were together. It was a nice gesture, and I truthfully appreciated her attempt at reaching out to us despite the ...