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5) Soda: In the US I am a big fan of Coke, but I will drink Pepsi or RC if it's the only option. In China though, Pepsi is my soda of Choice simply because they use real sugar in it! :D Coke tastes exactly the same here, so it's homey.
6) Home: Every said that I would have a moment of realization that I am going to/I am in China. I haven't had that big freak out moment of panic. I ...
... of teachers that came into CIEE and they all live here in the city with me! This city is so large though that it takes a few subway rides to get across the entire city and still you may not be where you need to be, there may still be a shuttle bus involved or a bit of a walk,which is fine for now because the weather was sunny and in the 50's yesterday and I was sweating my butt off! But then I was surprised to find how cold I got after eating all ...
so, I have no idea where to begin with this post. Please just hang tight as I try to figure out this whole how-to-be-a-blob-writer thing.
I'm pretty sure I haven't slept in the 48 hours, fantastic. I've been on a nervous/excitement high for the past 18 hours and i'm beginning to dwindle. So before i curl up into this big bed in this swanky hotel they got me I thought I would blog before I forgot everything I wanted to say.
I'm in Chongqing ...
... upstairs and recheck in. We upgraded our seats to exit row. Upon going through the immigration again we found a place to grab a quick bite before we head to the gate. We had 1hr 45 min till boarding. Dinner was good but we were getting tired. We made it to the gate to see that they moved gates on us and we found a space to sit and try to rest. I was so tired my eyebrow was in my hairline ( thanks mom) and marlin's eyes looked like he ...
... school. So I've been forced to stay an extra week in Chongqing, which hasn't been all that bad. I've done a lot, and have no idea how long this is all going to take. I'm going to break it into sections, of course. This is merely part 1, which will consist of the end of Yangshuo and my return.
The remaining days in Yangshuo were good. We got to see much more of the place, hiked a good bit, and generally explored the oddity that is "foreigner street". We ...