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... until she showed
me a copy of her ID. Ahhhhh it all clicked haha I didn’t have my passport on me
(didn’t want to risk losing it or having it stolen) so I brought out my
driver’s license. Well this created a whole new kind of confusion. She called
in another girl and together they inspected my license, after some debate they
handed it back to me and shook her head… thinking it wasn’t what they meant, I
got out trusty ...
... eat and play. It is birthing season so we see month old babies in the incubation room and Marcia signs up for the hug a yearling encounter which becomes the iconic image of our trip. There are also the rare red panda in this reserve. While waiting for the “hug session” we meet 3 single American women who are working for Disney in Shanghai and are working on building the second Chinese Disneyworld. I am sure they were being sent to Panda U. to ...
... our lives a lot simpler as we don’t have to go too deep into the topics we are teaching.
The kids that Mark (A fellow teacher that I am sharing my class with) and myself are teaching are simply wonderful. With the exception of day 1 when we were both terrified, each day has been an absolute joy and every day we leave with a smile on our faces for one reason or another. They have given me the name of Su Zi Chen which I am told roughly translates as "You are the ...
... I kid you not when I say that there was a plaque with four gold stars and an explanation posted outside this bathroom. Chris and I both got a good laugh out of that one, After several hours of wandering, we then spent a chunk of time trying to unwander ourselves to an exit, at which point we left the city and went on another trek to find Tiananmen Square.
Due to the breadth and chaos of major streets in Beijing, it is not uncommon for there ...
... there, without having to pay a lot of money. Because of traffic and how far we had to drive to get out to the mountains where the wall is, it took us over two hours to get there. It was a great trip, though. We got to see so much of China that we don't get to see in Shanghai between all of the buildings. I haven't traveled to many mountainous regions in my lifetime, being from Michigan. So, just being able to see the country side with all of it's ...