Hu Xiang Hotel
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... able to relax in my hotel suite. When I found out that I would be spending the night in a hotel, I feared the worst. However I was very pleasantly surprised. Not only was it most expensive hotel in town, but it even had a western toilet (a major rarity out here). Food wasn't too great though. At dinner, there was almost no taste to our food. However, I found out that a Chinese party on the table next to us were complaining that the food was too spicy for them. ...
... I showed up at 9 p.m. just in case. Of course, no one was there. I tried to talk to some guy who was standing in front of the buses but he didn't seem to know what I was talking about. I called May and she translated some things for me, but the real matter was that I'd have to go and find a place to sleep until the morning. Ugh. Beautiful mountain, horrible bus service.
... hot as hell and overcrowded!...but
Sharon and I had a pleasant enough ride home, exhausted and pleased and I went
into Monday ready to finish exams!
So here I sit, on my eve-eve of departure with ironic and
mixed emotions…I now know I will be good to go for next year with residence
permit in my passport! Meaning I will not be deported- though I have about 38
hours of hope to get my passport back now in time to leave L
... 3) DO NOT BE CARELSS- with our phones whilst at KTV or just with plans and taking things for granted…like Wi-Fi which I now had L from being spoiled for months now
4) CHINESE FRIENDS ARE THE BEST
So stay tuned for post-GaoKao updates (and prob even this blog post ha- unless by miracle- as Stella predicts…they turn WIFI back on for a couple hours tomorrow morning before the other students leave for holiday.)
... for university, or as I was told, “the poorer kids go to Korea or Japan?...” lol.
My first experience at the school was definitely the first eye-opener to the strange gunaxi-fied world of China I was about to embark on! I really had no idea from the small social-scale guanxi that has annoyed me in Nanyue this year, how extreme this cultural aspect of china actually is!
So firstly, when Richard and I arrived at 8am I was RUSHED to the basketball ...