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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 ...
... 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 ...
... they really didn’t enjoy our company! The place where we ate wasn’t too far away and there wasn’t enough seats on the car for everyone as the American couple were joining, Bruce asked if two people would go by bike taxi and me and Ruby volunteered but in the end we ended up sitting in the boot of the van, I’m not sure there are any rules against this in China but I’m sure it would be illegal back home, but we arrived in one piece. Chinese ...
... for a traditional Chinese show.
The show was full of acrobats and such.
I had a seat right in the front row centre with my Chinese friends.
I was happily enjoying the show and minding my own business when suddenly the actors came to the mainland (there was water in between the stage and the audience) and started looking for a volunteer for their traditional marriage ceremony.
Our Chinese friends lost their minds trying to get them to ...