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... apartments and that none of us were happy. The whole situation was horrible, we were stuck in the middle of nowhere and the reality is that in the dark we wouldn’t have been able to do anything because it would have been far too dangerous but we couldn’t even enjoy the sanctuary of our own apartment because it wasn’t finished!. Kirsty text Bruce and told him that none of us were happy and we didn’t want to stay at the apartments, we wanted to go back ...
... an outdoor eating square – now seriously, this place looked grim, when I sat
down on the seat I wasn’t sure what was going to be stuck to my dress because
nothing was clean or looked like It had been cleaned for a long time. Grim.
Wanshowen helped us to order some clams in garlic and soy
sauce, different barbecued vegetables and some fried rice. The food was
amazing, we were playing gastroenteritis roulette but thankfully we lucked ...
... 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 a ...
... 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 ...
... head back to our buses.
On the way, dozens of Chinese people kept waving at me and smiling and wishing me well.
One woman insisted in Chinese that I should have been paid and that I had been ripped off.
Little kids stared at me (not only am I a white person over 6 feet, but I'm the white person over 6 feet that was just on stage with my bride)
All in all, it was such a fun experience.
The show was amazing and being able to take part ...