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... in progress. We headed into our apartment and I was overwhelmed, it was absolutely beautiful – the finishing’s were lovely and my bedroom had a massive bed and built in wardrobes and even one of the huge window sills that you put blankets and scatter cushions on. I was so happy!
Kirsty didn’t look so happy and I couldn’t work out why , as far as I was concerned we had this huge 3 bedroom apartment, our two bedrooms were en-suite and the bathroom ...
... up at this fresher’s week event and Bruce takes us
into this little room which sort of a make shift mobile phone shop, he shows us
the price plan (basically we opened a contract like we would in the UK), we
paid 100 kuai to activate the sim and they took photocopies of our passport but
we hadn’t got a bank account at this point so I have no idea how they are going
to take 36kuai per month from us! On a side note: 36 kuai is £3.60, that ...
... 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 rice. It
... and walked into departures and saw Bruce and Lily (his wife, who we originally thought was called Monica) waving at us.
I instantly loved Bruce, he was so happy and confident and although some others had told us that his English wasn’t great I personally think it’s incredible. So after Lily and Bruce argued about where the car was and walked us around in circles for a while we finally got on our way to Huai’An City which Bruce said was about a ...
... 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 ...