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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 ...
... make money from sending all the
foreign teacher to open an account and that we can’t actually use that bank
account outside of Guilin! Since we got sent to Huainan we needed a new bank
account in order to get paid. We went to one Bank of China branch, waited for
10-15 minutes not knowing what the hell was going on and then Bruce suddenly
said ‘No, we go. They don’t do this here’ – so we had to get back in the van
... far worse than reality! The little girl, who was only around 12 years old, showed us how to order and helped us pay, she even went to collect our food and bring it to our table. We asked her if she would like to join us for food but she said she had to be back home in a little while, it was getting dark so we assumed she had to be home by the time it got dark. We ordered pretty much the same food as we had last night with Bruce plus some vegetable fried ...
... and went to get breakfast with Kirsty and Terri-Lynn. I tried these flour cake things with sesame seeds on top with honey in, they were absolutely delicious!! Also tried a savoury version that had loads of onion in the middle but even though I love onion, it tasted quite bitter and just didn’t sit well with me – maybe because it was too savoury for breakfast for me?
We saw Yuki this morning, she gave me and Ruby our documents that need to be given ...
I slept in this morning until 8:30 and grabbed a quick breakfast before boarding the air conditioned coach bus to Zhou Zhueng.
Our bus only had to make a few three point turns on the way, and, before we knew it, we were there.
The city is a very popular tourist destination, also known as the Venice of China.
Our tour guide brought us through the gates of the city and into an old Chinese residence that they turned into a fun house.
30RMB for ...