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... going with Thomas and Misa. We ended up joining in the staff party as they were all staying on for stock taking so the chefs, Andy and Jackie, had prepared a meal for them and they invited us to join them. They were laying out candles and rose petals on the restaurant floor as it is MauMau's birthday. We took loads of photos and had a brilliant time.
Great friends, great city - I love Nanjing!
... any boxes since Steve has left. Miss Xu is VERY keen to unpack them for me. Storage is an issue (my clothes are stored over 2 floors) and I’m really not sure where I’m going to put everything, so it’s all a bit overwhelming.
Friday after school, I took the kids to try Pizza Hut at Wanda City. There wasn’t much pizza on the menu and the meals were not great (except dessert – Yum!). As it was ...
... our flight home to Australia for the summer holidays. YAY! All the expats leave Nanjing - it is the furnace city after all. The kids have 8 weeks off school, but teachers return 3 weeks early this year, so we are having 5 weeks in Aus. Steve is planning on joining us for a week or 2 at the end. As our Internet is so slow, I estimate that it took about 4 hours in total to search out and book the flights! Grrrr
On Friday our ...
... without the internet. We use it to check the weather and the pollution levels, to access the newspaper and tv guide, to communicate with friends and family, to bank and pay Australian bills, to receive correspondence from school, to communicate in Chinese (translation apps), to order groceries, to book travel, to check train times and public transport routes, and to find our way (maps apps). All of this is extremely time consuming (and often ...