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... vodkas and lemonade it was time to go and find somewhere to have dinner.
We wandered around the shipping centre and ended up at a little restaurant and had a squid stir fry and meat and coriander salad. It was very tasty. A lot of the tour people ended up at the Pizza Hut here.
Anothr busy day tomorrow in Suzhou. Can't ...
... triple price for rice. It wasn't that we couldn't afford it was the principle of them ripping us off because we were tourists. So after a bit of argument which involved me crossing out her price and writing the actual price and Aine tapping the Chinese menu showing the price we got the bill sorted it was a pity really because it kinda left a bad taste in my mouth. Just showed you have to have your wits about you or people will try to rip you off.
... It is pretty amazing to look at the finished product and know that you and your room partner are 100% responsible for making it the way it is. I have worked some gruelingly long working hours over these past couple days but now that my Corona has settled and I can look at the pictures to see what we have accomplished as a team...it is pretty amazing. Although our school start date has been pushed back to Thursday to ensure the building is 100% safe for ...
... it quite blankly. I showed her the few photos I brought along of the campus, my parents, the English department teachers and myself. Then she said she's from Nantong area, but Rudong is here home village.
I had students from Rudong, but can't say I know much more than that. Oh well. I ended up giving here the scrubbbie when it was done. She asked if I wanted money for it. Bu, bu, bu. She had one of those loud ...
It's Saturday, catching up on uploading the photos from this week, there are a lot of them so here goes.
First, as promised a few photos of the snow this week. We had flurries almost all week, it was a wet snow that didn't accumulate that much, made it messy in the streets and esp. sidewalks. But for the most part life went on as usual, school was canceled on Thursday and the expats who live in Shanghai worked from home but Mr. Zhao was there each morning to take me to work and as ...