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Also nach gut einer Woche arbeiten in China habe ich immer vergessen Fotos zu machen, aber das wird definitiv noch folgen. :)
Ich fange einfach mal mit dem schrecklichsten Erlebnis an, das mir hier Wiederfahren ist. Also wenn man als junger Mann nach China kommt, erwartet man doch mengen an ( …
... Mexico, but some of the most intriguing and just downright gorgeous fruits are found here at every corner fruit stand..
What could be more beautiful than a Dragon fruit – it’s pretty much the “designer” version of a fruit. Amazing shape, fabulous colors, it’s like a fantasy come true. The flavor is rather bland, but what a treat for the eyes. Then there is the Durian – a strange ...
... to see some of the more obscure names! From just one class of 50, this is a selection of the names that stood out to me: Ravenclaw, Griffindor, Dragon, Sherlock, Radish, Red Rose, Coffee, even a boy called Ladies. In another class I had a McChicken Sandwich, a boy called Titties and a Christ. I don’t have the heart to tell them that these aren’t real names, and it gives me a giggle whenever they mention it!
... desk told me they didn’t have any. About 15 minutes later she knocked on our door with something I’ve always wanted – a large clothing steamer. I’m loving it!! We're enjoying all this while we have it - next month it's back to the school apartment which 'm sure will need lots of cleaning. I think with a comfy mattress cover and some new bedding we'll be fine! ...
... to go with us. This is really a "friend in need." The policemen and women were very nice and helpful, but they had never dealt with this situation so it was a long process, nearly two and a half hours.
STEP1: Police station:
- Request a permit as a temporary resident
Otherwise, we couldn't get help from the police in Suzhou
- Report the passport as lost