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... about unhappy we were didn’t actually happen. Kirsty told him how unhappy everyone was and she got a little upset and started crying but Bruce remained emotionless and still didn’t understand why we would not want to be dumped in the middle of nowhere. In the end he agreed to take us back to the hotel in Huai’An city and took Ruby over to her apartment to get her stuff.
When Bruce and Ruby got back, we could tell that Bruce had been working his magic ...
Today, we all thought we were going to get a lie in, but our
Bruce had different ideas. We had to be ready for 9am sharp because we were to
run ‘errands’ – basically we needed to get sim cards, register at the local
police station and get bank of China accounts.
It was tipping it down all day which is never good (China is
particularly grim when it rains) , but when you are in and ...
... would be much better for primary grades – so I
may be teaching younger children. I really have no idea and probably won’t find
out until the day I start (we don’t know yet when that is either!! This is
China!!). We were given one piece of information though, on September 1st
(Subject to change) the school will hold an opening ceremony where the three
foreign teachers (Myself, Ruby and Kirsty) will be introduced to the students
... 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 ...
... 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.