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... a speech. We were both given presents from parents and the school, and asked repeatedly if we were sure we didn’t actually want to stay…? They were both very touching affairs. Kerri cried a lot. I didn’t let anybody see me crying.
And finally, we boarded our plane at 1:20am on Monday the 13th of July, headed for Bangalore, confident that we’d packed up and shipped everything we needed back to England, said goodbye to ...
... it's weird not having a 'base' anymore - when I've travelled so far in China, it's felt so good coming back to my familiar apartment, seeing my friends, catching up. It's nice knowing somewhere so well - having our favourite snack places, lunch places, bars and coffee shops. Knowing the three shops in Liaoxia that sell Coke Zero, and which BBQ stall is the best at the food market. Waving at RD lady on our way back from Tesco. Eating bread from ...
... the boats, and enjoyed ourselves in a well-kept park and riverfront. The experience was a good one and I think we were all happy to have come.
Once the Dragon Boat Race had ended, we all headed to a Cantonese dessert restaurant. This was much needed after laying out in the sun for the past three hours. The dessert, I forget the name, was a combination of egg, milk and fruit, served in a chilled bowl and or coconut. We all shared both along with a cold class of pineapple ...
... graduation. I felt sorry for the administrators who were at everything!
Besides the regular stressors of finishing work, marks, narratives, collecting books and PD reports, we had a fun Spirit Week and dressed up for a different theme each day –my class won 3rd prize beat out by those darn keen 4 and 6 year olds! For the concert, my class sang Jason Ruiz’s? Ninety-Three Million Miles which ...
... on the bottom floor, but three more floors that are totally empty. In fact most of the mall had several empty floors and only the bottom floor was sporadically filled. Some parts were just totally empty - whole empty rooms filled with dust and rubbish. Really weird.
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