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... Huai’An city until the apartments were finished, he took a while to reply but in the end he did agree to taking us back to the hotel. So, we waited for Bruce to pick us up. We waited, waited and waited some more. After 5 hours and a few phone calls and texts, he finally turned up just as it was getting dark.
When Bruce arrived we had taken our cases downstairs ready to be put into the van, he seemed so confused when he saw us as thought the phone calls and ...
play with me and Ruby – they were tickling us and teaching us how to say
numbers in Chinese and so on. They were amazing and it was just such a
fantastic experience interacting with the kids on such a personal level.
Before we went to bed we had to write our speeches that we will be reading to 7000 students tomorrow - I sent mine to mom via Whatsapp to get her to check it over and she said it was great so I'm going to bed confident and happy!
... in UK schools), if we need anything
translated and if we need help with naughty students (as it isn’t in our
contract to discipline). They both seemed quite nice and their English was
good. Ken asked us all a few questions each, it was sort of an informal
interview and was a breeze to be honest , I can’t remember what I got asked but
I know it was things such as ‘ how would you make your students engage?’ , ‘How
would you teach ...
... car drive – this journey was much more comfortable but it was dark so we didn’t get to see too much of the scenery on the way. As we got closer to Huai’An city we saw lights on the lampposts shaped like big red roses, me and Ruby joked that it looked like we were in Blackpool when the illuminations were on – Bruce told us that it is in preparation for the closing ceremony of the Nanjing youth Olympics. I want to go but I doubt we would get ...
... 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 ...