Kaiyue Garden Hotel - Lianyungang
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... would start teaching on Wednesday, however I had an uneasy feeling about the school. I didn’t think that the students were cared for particularly well, they didn’t have any freedom and the school just wasn’t the best to be honest but at this point I was thinking that I would be OK once I had settled into the school and routine a little
Bruce took us to see our apartments when we left the school. The apartments are literally a two minute walk away from ...
... because at this point we still weren’t
completely sure of our surroundings or where we could get decent food from. In
Huai’An , 3 foreign girls walking down the road (especially 3 foreign girls
like us) is a rarity and we were being stared by everyone, we knew someone was
following us and it turned out to be a young girl. She said ’Hello’ to us in
her best English so we responded and continued to walk and look for somewhere
... staff and the students will be welcomed back to school for the
beginning of another year … we were also told that we are expected to each give
a 2-3 minute speech about ourselves, to 7000 students!! Absolutely crazy , but
if I get through talking to 7000 students all at once then I can definitely
cope with 60 students at a time in my class!
That was pretty much it at the school and we were taken back
to our hotel in Huai’An city, we went and ...
... and walked into departures and saw Bruce and Lily (his wife, who we originally thought was called Monica) waving at us.
I instantly loved Bruce, he was so happy and confident and although some others had told us that his English wasn’t great I personally think it’s incredible. So after Lily and Bruce argued about where the car was and walked us around in circles for a while we finally got on our way to Huai’An City which Bruce said was about a ...
Here are the long-awaited pictures of my Chinese wedding.
Thank you to Joy, Kristie, and Stephanie for their efforts in taking these pictures during my big moment.
So many of you told me to go away and find a bride in China.
None of you thought I would actually do it ;)
Enjoy the photos!
BTW this was our wedding song, obviously.
Paul Brandt- I Do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ze5boO cxLM