Xiamen Airlines Quanzhou Hotel
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... the curves of the road, and the call of the ocean, and the heat of the paths to avoid.
Each morning, I wake up bathed in uncertainty. What new things will today bring? Will I commit an enormous social faux pas? Will I make a new friend? Will the food make me sick? Will I remember what I studied yesterday for my Chinese exam? Will I understand what people are trying to communicate to me? Will I miss home? And each evening, I excitedly ...
It occurs to me that I've been terrible about updating this blog for the past 3 months. I wish I could say that it was because I was too busy but the truth is that I've just been a really bad blogger.
Since my last entry we've finished final exams, submitted grades, done some exploring around Quanzhou, and taken a week-long trip to Shanghai. Since I've let some of my thoughts disappear I'm going to share some of the bits ...
... done they presented it to me and my freshly created personalized man-perfume. After all of that I got to sit back down and we entered the endurance part of the event. The owner of the perfume company went into a 1 hour long speech on the state of the company and why is was a good company and everything else about the company. This was an endurance test for us because it was all in Chinese and I understood absolutely none of it. How long can you pretend to look interested (it ...
... there. Behind the main institute was a pathway that lead up into the mountains of Changsha and if we had climbed quickly we would have been able to visit some of the tea houses and shrines there. There was a nice pagoda to sit at if you could ignore the hundreds of other tourists visiting the place. We had our final lunch with the Bus#1 group before we left to go to the Changsha airport. From here we would fly back ...
... now. The dust and smog are pretty bad. I’m having to mop every week to keep it reasonable in the apartment. More and more I’m becoming used to some of the more bizarre or frankly disturbing things here. I’m not really surprised when young children defecate or urinate on the sidewalks and in public places. The treatment of stray cats and dogs here is terrible and so I’m used to the poor things eating out of garbage and having no ears or tails due ...