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... consisted of x-rays, ultrasounds; ECG'S so on and so forth until the final room, the dreaded blood test. I’ve never had one before so I was a bit nervous, but convinced myself that if ive managed to get here in China I can do anything and strutted in to that room like Mike Tyson who had just won a fight.
My confidence shriveled as I saw that it wasn’t a private room but there were three other people just chilling in there after ...
... cattle on our way to the slaughterhouse. We walked passed what seemed like hundreds of foreign faces holding signs before we heard some distinct shrieking (this is difficult to explain since as I've heard so far, shrieking is the primary form of communication here) and I knew we were accounted for (Maggie Song and her daughter Wendy). I had some panicky moments in the car during heavy traffic, but dad and I made it to the hotel, had a ...
... happy. We bonded and had a special moment and now we are the best of friends. I am sure at this moment he is wondering where I am and how I am doing :)
There were many random carnival rides sprinkled throughout the park. Most of them looked pretty run down and we were not sure any of them were even in operation because no one was riding them. Then we walked past one that looked like a little roller coaster, and there will people in the ticket ...
... the office has very good air conditioning and we were able to cool off while I filled out some paper work.
While at the office, I met with Ceasar, the teacher coordinator, who is also from the United States. Unfortunately, Ceasar seems like a very shady character and I don't think I will like dealing with him much (I found out from Jamie and Wynneth that they both also think he is a liar and a not very nice person). ...
... 1700 years ago. The
canals are spread out in a fan-shaped pattern with the village built along the
banks . The buildings are mostly very
old, with the Post office built in the Quing dynasty. Most transport is by boat and , naturally,
it has been called the ‘Little Venice’ of China. Fortunately, the afternoon we were there,
there were hardly any tourists. I
believe it is ...
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