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... and apparently there were no more tickets left to Ningbo on our train. Fortunately the guy behind the counter let me buy a ticket to the next station on the line so that I could get on the train with the others, and said that when we were on board I needed to buy a through ticket to Ningbo. Finally able to go through security with only a few minutes until our train was due to leave we were horrified to realise that there was no food being sold in the station and we’d have ...
... the pieces around the office! - Mr Ta helped me bring it home, rode his bike using one hand whilst carrying the cake in the other. Apparently this is normal and "a piece of cake" (his words, think there was a pun aimed in there) for Chinese people. I also practised my mandarin with him on the way home too, which he said was mostly okay hurray! - I took the cake round to Anna and Laura's. (Some funny looks walking down the street with the huge cake ...
... days involved doing absolutely nothing, unless you consider walking to the pool and then back to your room over and over again an activity. This rest was very much needed and a prefect way to gap the bridge of going at it nonstop the previous two weeks in Japan and China before heading out for a week long live aboard dive boat trip. I did manage to make a quick stop at the Reggae Bar, aka Ska Bar, as this is one of my favorite places in Kata. The bar is built into ...
... 3/4 of the worlds construction cranes were here in Shanghai!! The kids asked if we can come back in a few years because they are planning to built a huge Disney Park, larger than the one in FL in Shanghai. Sure, that's a good reason to fly back to China!
We were planning ...
... an American school. The Westerners in China celebrate Christmas, the Chinese in China do not. There is not time off from work, there are no decorations, there is no big meal, there is no special music, there is literally no Christmas.
I live in a little Westernized bubble. They actually call it "The Bubble." There are a few American style schools in the area and many Westerners living in this neighborhood. So the businesses in ...