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... there and I was craving some western food. We both had a hamburger with fries and Leonie had a mango monitor. I opted not to have alcohol as I already had a headache that was setting in. It was really good.
The view was not great because of the cloud cover. Every now and then the sky would partially clear but really needed full sunshine to appreciate the view.
After coming down we caught the train across to Kowloon. ...
And so here i am, leaving.
My uncle made me a wonderful dinner and my favourite fish soup, and drove me to the airport.
I feel so loved that all other uncles and aunts came to wave goodbye.
I thought my mum would cry, but everything came so peacefully.
Hinry, mum and aunt vian walked me to the departure gate,
and soon after mum and aunt vian left to give some space for me and hinry.
Silly him. He hugged me so tight and shortly ...
... a VPN for a few bucks a month or simply detox from that element of social media. We absolutely loved Old Town and the hippy vibe of the locals. Laid-back, easy-going and super friendly, the people of Dali were a breath of fresh air...well, almost fresh air; we were still in China. Walking out of Jade Emu we were greeted with the beautiful Er Hai Lake in the front view and the ginormous Cangshan Mountain range behind us. We couldn't wait to hike that baby. ...
... was amazing and you were able to see the airport, rivers, mountains, and then right over the hill you saw the amazing Buddha. Once we got off the cable car we walked around the village and was able to watch a martial arts performance! I was surprised to see so many Pizza Huts in this village! As we walked around I of course had to stop and get some souvenirs! There also were cows, cats, and dogs just walking around the village. Then we finally approached the Big Buddha, but ...
... like for me, but the best I can do are the pictures and blogs I have posted. The truth is that I do not yet fully comprehend and understand how this experience has affected me and will continue to affect me throughout my life. It is a sobering fact to discover that you are mostly on your own in a foreign place, and I think this causes the maturity that exchange students experience when they go abroad. Although I have previously been away from home for a couple ...