Canaan International Hotel
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... going back to America different than how I left it.
Probably one of the most memorable experiences I had in China was the humbleness that we experienced from so many people. We got the occasional death stare but overall we felt so welcomed by everyone. Even the most simple "hello!" from random people we walked by was so fun to experience. Coming to a new country is so intimidating and especially to one where you stick out like a sore thumb, but I never felt as though ...
... and they look like what they were inside them like ducks,fish and little veges. The show was lovely it was all beautiful dancing and the costumes were bright. Jumped on a plane and now we are in Shanghai. It's about 10pm and we went for a walk in the mall. Lights and people everywhere. Another big couple of days to look forward ...
... the brightest under light. The most desirable color for any loose diamonds is crystal clarity with zero color. But in reality, diamonds come in a host of colors aside from being just clear diamonds. You can get diamonds that may start at color yellow then progress to brown, and even some loose diamonds that have rare colors such as blue, green, and pink. (If you have ever heard of the famed ��Pink ...
... the world which had been yet to be encountered. The landscapes, the animals, the people, the everything left me starring for hours. I am beyond excited for our trip back.
Around hour six, my inner maternal instincts kicked in as I saw the look of hunger on Jeff and James' face. I brought out my coveted jar of Jiff creamy peanut butter (Note: Generic brand is actually my favorite but the CVS at Lane and High in Columbus was out of stock the night before ...
... good company as well which helped. The guys that we made friends with at the hostel have been gracious enough to let us tag along and see the whole city with them. An added bonus is that they've tried to teach us some simple mandarin to get along.
After the walls, we separated, and heading to the train station in order to buy our tickets to Shanghai. Here comes the stressful part. We're still getting to grips with the enormous amount of people ...