Xiangxieer Mingzhu International Hotel
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... dump us in the middle of nowhere regardless of our safety and so on was because he was a business man and money was at the forefront. As soon as Kirsty came back from the toilet, Bruce and his pals went quiet (which made Kirsty very paranoid, of course) and we left pizza hut shortly after. On the way to the car, Bruce was on the phone - He is always on the phone so we were not overly suspicious however, he pushed the phone by my face and said Ping wanted to speak to Kirsty. ...
... br> forms, shouted some commands at the woman behind the desk and stood in line, he
then in usual Bruce style spoke to someone and managed to skip the queues and
got our forms processed and to the front of the line. We didn’t need any proof
of identity or address, literally just our names and a passport number. 40
minutes later we all had lovely Bank of China cards imprinted with a picture of
the Great Wall of China!
By this time we ...
... have her nails finished, four ids turned up at the shop, they must have been around 6-9 years old. They were amazing!! At first they were just so interested in us because we were foreigners and once me and Ruby started to try and talk to them they gained tons of confidence and started a tickle war with us- we told them we were from England told them our names, they then taught us how to say their names (which resulted in loads of laughing from them) and ...
... was in charge of getting us to our city and Jasmine who just loved us so much! Also made sure I said goodbye to Bob before I went, he reminded me to work on neutralising my accent because not everybody appreciates our Black Country tone!
At exactly 12 noon (which is crazy how on time the guy was considering everything happens when it happens and not a minute before in China), our driver collected myself, Kirsty, Ruby, Terri-Lynn and Amrit up from the hostel ...
... 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 ...