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... of the nice things that happened on the train though is that the girl from the couple, on the way off the train she makes her boyfriend carry my big backpack off the train, it's so nice that it makes me smile despite everything. When I get to my hostel it's already late afternoon, I'm tired and I just want to stay in but I'm also very hungry and needed warm food. I meet this random Chinese guy who I go to lunch with because he ...
1) The babies here don't wear diapers. Their little pants are split at the seam for quick access so you see their bare bottoms all the time 2) Children urinate whenever they feel the need sometimes right on a crowded sidewalk as people walk by. 3) It would seem they don't use wash cloths here as there have not been any in either hotel we have stayed at. Thank goodness we brought scrubbies. :) 4) Smoking is huge here. Smoking is allowed everywhere and you ...
... man had told James and I to turn back and go left whilst the others were told by the lady to keep going and turn right. It became almost comical, a bit of a contest. In the end James and I had gotten the wrong directions but thankfully we were with others who got the correct directions. In the end we’ve always been able to make it to our destinations and so it’s something we can laugh about.
Whilst in Chengdu our main ...
... bit of a hurry but we are at the airport with an hour to go before our flight. So we exit the train and once again come to another crossroad with two Japanese signs that we can not read. MISTAKE 3: Upon reading the signs we decipher the only English words "Terminal 2" pointing down a hallway to the right and the unknown Japanese sign pointing straight. At this point we were just trying to get to the airport and decided to follow the English sign to Terminal 2. ...
... t spicy, and I had some vegetables that were okay.
Finally sitting down together, we had a chance to learn more about Kandice. She has lived in Chengdu for 14 years now doing work with Peace Corp and occasionally teaching. Before China, she and her husband lived in Africa for 14 years. She is originally from Ohio, but it sounds like she has spent very little time in the states since she graduated from college.
We spent almost two hours talking, and by the end I was ...