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... that school or staying in China – The whole thing is too corrupt and I felt like a pawn in a game of chess, I was just part of a money making scheme, Bruce said that we would all go for something to eat so that we could all ‘be happy’ and that we would go for barbecue with Lily. We all agreed because we were starving though none of us really wanted to go anywhere other than to bed. When we were nearly into Huai’An city Bruce called Lily and ...
... which allows us multiple entries in and out of
China for a year). This was a quick in and out job, me and Ruby didn’t even go
into the police station, Bruce just had our passports and they were photocopied
and within 10 minutes we had them back in our possession.
So from here, we had to go and open a bank account. We were
made to open a Bank of Guilin account in Yangshuo by the folk at Buckland but
we have since found out that ...
... take her to her school city and apartment which is around an hour’s drive away from here, it was sad to see her go because although she was crazy (in an eccentric kind of way) we had grown quite fond of her! We just chilled in my hotel room for an hour or two after saying our goodbyes, updating blogs, emailing home and drinking coffee and eating chocolate. We ventured out about 5pm to go and explore a bit more of the city and find somewhere to eat. ...
... and toasted bread that we used to soak up all the sauce from the clam stew. That meal was by far the best meal I have had in china yet, I couldn’t thank Bruce enough. On the way back, Lily drove because Bruce had been drinking beer with us so he sat in the boot with me. He was telling me about his moms cooking, apparently she makes amazing dumplings so he is going to ask her to make me some vegetarian dumplings to try – he said when people go back home ...
... to take all sorts of fun pictures that we'll laugh at looking back.
It was so hot that we could all feel ourselves glistening in sweat.
After lunch, we took a boat ride down the river and were serenaded by the man driving our boat.
It was a great experience.
We spent the next few hours walking through the markets and working on our bartering skills.
I bought gifts for most of my family.
Our most noteworthy experience ...