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Travel Blogs from Yibin
... underground train. I like riding trains very much!
This train took us across the river to the Science Museum. Auntie Rachel and I walked down the street from the museum to the Oriental Pearl Tower. It was a long walk, but along the way we saw some really cool things! The streets was lined with trees that had lights like Christmas time. It was so pretty.
We walked and walked until we finally reached the Oriental Pearl Tower. ...
... my walks around Nanxi.
After dinner I had to try to pack once again to accomodate all the wonderful gifts given to me. It was rather difficult. I'm hoping that my experience in packing will help me to avoid extra charges tomorrow. It was a bit difficult to zip my suitcases...
I am very sad to leave Nanxi, but am anxious for the adventure that awaits me in Shanghai.
Until we meet ...
... evening I enjoyed my last cafeteria supper. After which I met Ethan and Barry at the playground for our last post-dinner walk. I will miss them.
I continued walking at the playground for a few hours, sorting my thoughts and ignoring my infinite to-do list.
I am going to miss Nanxi.
Tomorrow I will need to stop pretending and actually pack.
Until we meet ...
... Auntie Rachel and I love to fish! We almost caught two really big fish! Unfortunately, we were both so excited to catch a fish that we pulled the fishing pole too hard and lost the fish. We didn't catch any fish, but it was so much fun!
I loved being outside in the mountains. It reminded me of the mountains at Noami's home in Montana.
It is time say my prayers and go to sleep. Good ...
... going to the first lesson.
The first class was a third grade English class. It was a review lesson to prepare for an upcoming exam. The teacher incorporated many pictures and games to make the learning interesting for the students. The students were also very engaged in the lesson. This is something that is lacking the high school classes. They played a "hot potato" type game to review asking questions. ...