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... there were even the little red signs above the counters.... slowly counting the numbers... ever... soo.... slowly.... So Niall went early this morning for really no reason at all because it was 2.5 hours later before we were all finished in there. I went first as the guinea pig.... We think we may have screwed up and bought 2 year contracts, but they don’t have any of our credit card info. They have copies of our passports and that is it. We each bought a sim ...
My first lesson at ECNU broke the news to me that I am in fact the only native English speaker in my class, out of 10 people, we have, people from Mongolia, Germany, Holland, Uzbekistan, South Korea, Russia, Poland/Australia, Japan and me (the token Brit in the English taught Mandarin lessons).
This has subsequently made me realise I am the only person in the set who has not already mastered ...
... you…” I spoke with my teacher about it and he said that he often notices the same thing at family restaurants etc… The other day I was talking about how everyone keeps saying the pizza here is terrible, so I have been hesitant to try any. However, my friend and I went to the movies yesterday and we stopped in ...
Some free time this morning till check out at 11 am. So we header down alley way to check out local market. Great fun interacting with the locals and a few spoke a few words of English . A very stooped old man in a white singlet shuffled up to us and said in perfect English
"I speak a little bit of English. When I said we were from nz he sad he had seen nz and Australia on a map.
A group of women with a little baby wanted us ...
... met the father on my way out, and the driver drove me home afterwards. Again, feeling fabulous with my own personal driver. On the way home I noticed many empty apartment buildings. Scott mentioned to me a while ago that he read something about ghost towns, where people bought land, built apartment complexes but no one moved in. There are many, many apartment complexes here, and so many being built. It was easy to notice how many apartments were empty when it was dark out. ...