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Yancheng is called Salt City, and used to be on the coast. It is now 100 kms inland due to flooding. Salt has been an incredibly valuable commodity in China for 2,500 years, and has been, and still is, controlled solely by the government. That is about to change next year. The museum was really interesting, made more so by the English speaking guide that Dr Chen had kindly organized for us.
The return trip ...
... kitchen were nice. Then I started to look around and see what she could see… We had no furniture (nothing to sit on and no mattresses), no phone or internet (and since our Chinese SIM cards weren’t working we had no way of contacting people), no hot water, we had a cooker but it wasn’t connected, no TV, washing machine or any other electricals that were stated in our contract. We asked Bruce when these things were supposed to be installed and he just kept saying ...
... our pay monthly contract hands down doesn’t it!?!
So straight after we got the sim cards, Bruce drove us to
the police station in Chuzhuo. As part of the conditions for mine and Ruby’s
visa we need to be registered at the main police station of the area where we
will be living and working within 30 days of arriving in China, Bruce will then
need to do some more admin work and help us to process our z visas so that we
can obtain ...
... seriously I am so happy that the food in Huai’An is so good.
After we had finished our food we found a nail salon and we
all decided to have gel nails. I have given myself the challenge of having nice
, strong nails by the time I leave China and at the moment they are so short (I’ve
been biting them really badly) so I have had a manicure and finished with gel
nail varnish to help them grow a little better. Whilst we were waiting ...
... car drive – this journey was much more comfortable but it was dark so we didn’t get to see too much of the scenery on the way. As we got closer to Huai’An city we saw lights on the lampposts shaped like big red roses, me and Ruby joked that it looked like we were in Blackpool when the illuminations were on – Bruce told us that it is in preparation for the closing ceremony of the Nanjing youth Olympics. I want to go but I doubt we would get ...