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... make food and take my own into work – or if I had a long enough lunch break on teaching days that I would be able to pop back to the apartment to eat so I wouldn’t have to go through that canteen experience again! Whilst we were eating it was pretty obvious that none of us were happy with our situation but we just ate in silence and kept smiling at all the Chinese teachers. As soon as we could leave the canteen and the school, we did! Except when we walked out of ...
walk down to our school to find out more details of our apartments in Chuzhuo.
We hadn’t got a clue what was going on but he re appeared around 25 minutes
later saying ‘your apartment will be finished in 2 days’ , so obviously we were
super excited !
Bruce somehow managed to turn the van around and get us out
of the pile up but we could tell that he was in a rush , his driving became
more erratic (than usual) and he ...
... our number 1-10 in English and Chinese. Honestly, it has been one of the best moments I have had so far in china and I really believe that I and Ruby got more out of that situation than the kids did, it was so nice to be accepted and to interact with the children and their parents. We headed back to the hostel after that, it’s been quite a long day again and we were all tired so we just chilled out for a bit and started researching our first trip – ...
... no idea what we were doing so we queued up at the information desk , had natives push in front of us for ten minutes, only to be told that we just needed to go straight to check in at desk 16,17,18. Now one of our group (Amrit) was going to a completely different place but that didn’t seem to matter. So we queued and everyone (apart from me) had to pay excess baggage fees, but we caught on quick that they had tampered with the scales because all of us know for a ...
... and, sure enough, I was grabbed out of the crowd à la Courtney Cox and pulled onto a boat and whisked away.
Once I got to the back of the stage, they put me into a traditional gown and tried to give me instructions as to what I had to do (they didn't speak English and I don't speak Chinese)
There was a lot of gesturing and pointing, but soon enough I was centre stage taking part in a marriage ceremony in front of 300-400 Chinese people.