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... suggested we would probably die if we ever ate there, luckily the coke was sealed and cold and we knew we wouldn’t contract any fatal illnesses if we drank it. Candy was eating in there and told us that she had paid for the coke we had ordered which was nice of her but she soon left and we were the only people in the shop – we made the bottle of coke last us as long as possible before admitting that we now had to go back to the apartment as there was absolutely ...
... girl who we later found out was called Wanshowhen (Not spelt that
way but that’s how she pronounced it to us) and was 12 years old, she
desperately wanted to practise her English , it was so humbling to see how much
she was searching her brain to try and find the words to communicate with us
effectively. After we realised that she was going to continue to follow us, we
asked her if she knew somewhere that we could get some nice food, she took ...
... will be Shanghai! Bruce sent
us a message saying that tomorrow he will pick the three of us up at 9.30am (we
desperately wanted a lie in on a Sunday but apparently there is never a day of
rest in Chins!) so that me and Ruby can sort out upgrading our z visas to
residency permits which allows us multiple entries in and out of china, setting
up a new bank account in Huai’An and getting sim cards for this province. It
looks like it will be another busy day!!
... our cases were 3-4 kg lighter than they were saying at the airport – I guess a group of foreigners are an easy target and have the money to pay the fees. We breezed through security, it’s ridiculous how laid back the whole system is in Chinese airports when you consider how much trouble you have to go to get a visa!
Our flight was running an hour behind so we had a little wait but nothing major. When we finally did board you could tell straight away ...
... 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 ...