Xiangxieer Mingzhu International Hotel
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... whole time I was in China people differentiated between me and Kirsty by calling me Kirby instead of Kirsty (As when they thought we both called Kirsty, they thought we were sisters!) – So I said to Bruce ‘No, I’m Kirby’ but he insisted it was me that Ping wanted to talk to. It was the most uncomfortable phone conversation I have ever had and you all know how I’m not a phone person anyway and that I’d much rather text! Ping was ...
... in Asia Bruce ordered vegetarian dumplings. The main
ingredient in these vegetarian dumplings was CELERY! Ugh! There was about 10
dumplings in a big bowl of tasteless broth, I put whole spoonful’s of chilli
into my bowl to give it some flavour but all I could taste was the celery. Not
to mention the fact that this was a very messy task especially for a relatively
new chopstick user like myself- have any of you ever tried to pick up ...
We had to be ready for 9am today because Bruce was taking us to our school. The school was in Chuzhuo which is only 40 minutes from where we are staying at the moment in Huai’An city and when we got there we realised just how huge the school is and it kind of helped to put into perspective the reason why our classes are going to be 60 in size. I thought it was a strange set up because we had to walk through an office before you got into the school ...
... was just stunning and one of those images that you imprint on your mind and pull out whenever you think of a particular place. Those mountains and green rolling hills lit up in the sunshine are definitely how I will remember Yangshuo, what a way to leave a place. However, regardless of the beauty and the luxury seating and air conditioning, the Chinese roads are death traps and the drivers are maniacs – there was a point on our journey where our driver tried ...
... we went to buy something (can't say what) and we were quoted at 200RMB.
We thought it was too much so we went away but decided that we would pay it so we came back and asked for the price again.
"But you just said 200..."
"No. 300. 270 lowest."
So we left and thought that was the end of it.
Then we saw our Chinese friends walking.
I called them over and sent them in on a covert mission ...