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... natural beauty. On the whole, the last two years have been some of the best of our lives.
And so it was with heavy hearts that we finally left, with little doubt that it will be the last time we say goodbye to China. One never knows and one should possibly not ever say never, but it seems unlikely that we will return.
Both Kerri’s and my class organized farewell parties for us. The kids sang songs for us, we played games, we were asked ...
... emotional and some of the students were crying.
On the Friday morning us foreign teachers performed 'Uptown Girl' in front of the school as part of the English show - all the grades sung their own song. We then got given presents by the principal, which are beautiful - blue and white decorated notebooks, USB sticks, pens, and card holders. Then Cherry (our boss) told us we had been the best interns yet - she probably had to say that, but ...
... We ended up with a good spot, near the beginning and by the TV cameras, and watched the long awaited Dragon Boat Race. The Dragon Boats, were long, wooden canoes, with dragon heads planted on each end of the boat. In the middle, sat a giant drum beating the pace for what the rowers should do. In all, eight teams participated, and the race lasted for over two hours. We stayed and watched about an hour of the race due to it being the hottest day of the year. We took pictures, got up ...
... out themselves and became quite meaningful for all of us. It was at the same hotel venue as the Winter Concert so a big deal.
Monday, I took my Travel Club on a field trip to Shenzhen to visit the Windows of the World Amusement Park – what a place! It’s huge – in 4 hours we didn’t see it all and has replicas of all the famous landmarks around the world along with a few rides. We took the ...
... travel across to Sichuan to see some national parks and climb some mountains (and see the pandas OFC), before making my way into Yunnan via the Sichuan-Tibetan Highway. I'll be spending a lot of time at altitude which isn't my favourite, but the scenery will be rewarding. In Yunnan I'll be spending time in some ethnic minority villages and seeing some more beautiful scenery, hopefully the rice terraces, Lugu Lake and Tiger Leaping Gorge. But let's see what I can fit in!