Cypress Garden Hotel
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... China! I’m so serious!
Wednesday was Casey’s birthday. We surprised him with hats at the school and sang to him during the training. Then we sang at the indian restaurant during lunch. After work we got changed and decided to set out to find the Mexican restaurant that Williams had researched. The locals gave us terrible directions and we wandered up and down one long street a few times before FINALLY spotting it. It is a HUGE place ...
... real leather handbag for $75NZD and two new prescription glasses for $90NZD!! The optometrists here tested my eyes and had my glasses ready in less than an hour! I couldn’t believe it!!
Well, I am back home to Qingdao tomorrow to commence work on Monday. A little nervous… I am still in holiday mode!! But it has been very interesting seeing the different areas of China – they are all soooo ...
... the pub we all ran to it, busting through the door, so happy to see our friends and the game still being projected on a large screen. There had been a power outage that caused a thirty-minute delay and allowed us to catch the entire second half (there IS a God!) I sat down and ordered chicken and mashed potatoes (at ten in the morning...). The waitress came over forty minutes later and placed an entire cooked chicken in front of me. I was hungry but I needed a ...
... a long time to warm up to people and would freak out easily. I witnessed this when another volunteer tried to give Lala a teddy bear. I guess the volunteer got too close or was simply paying too much attention to her but Lala wasn't having it! One of the regular staff had to come calm her down because Lala was screaming and crying louder than Texas fan at the Red River Rivalry. After her meltdown, I decided to just steer clear of Lala because I didn't want to ...
... Brendan finally showed up and we went to the SWFC. It was a bit appalling being 100 floors above the ground. It was a bit nerve wracking at first but I got used to it. After the SWFC we went to Science and Tech to the fake market. It was hilarious shopping with the guys there because they were like buying everything possible.
Anyways, that was the gist of this week. Make sure you check out my pictures in order to see everything which I've been talking about!