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Travel Blogs from Changsha
... me to a concert last weekend and bought me a Minnie Mouse bow that lights up and flashes red and blue. I wore that around Martyr's Park while drinking baijiu with orange and strawberry juice and watching people dance.
A little baby was really interested in my light up bow, so I gave it to him and now I don't have it anymore. This is the last existing photo of my Minnie bow.
... and had a mango popsicle for my reward. The haze was bad today and it was really hot, so the mango popsicle was extra delicious and there weren't any really nice views at the top. I tried to get some nice photos, but it didn't really work out.
Friday night is Diner's Club night, so after going home and showering, we had our second meeting. We had six people already, so I think that's a good sign for the upcoming weeks!
... something, and kindly allowed us to tag on.
So it was that on Monday night I found myself onstage in front of hundreds of people, introducing myself to them, waving a paper flag and swaying back and forth as we all sang along (or in my case mumbled along) to the 2010 World Cup theme. Well, the crowd seemed to like it, and we all got huge bunches of flowers and large soft blankets. I can see the flowers from my bed and the soft blanket is covering me as I type. Let no ...
... they didn't have the legal authorization to employ foreign teachers. Through a long, complicated, stressful and difficult turn of events (the details of which I don't especially wish to make public) I have ended up teaching at the north campus of Zhuzhou Nanfang School. It was a huge blessing to get this job, and it wouldn't have happened had I not been staying with Nicola for the past week in her apartment in Zhuzhou. Mostly we spent the week chilling, both by ourselves ...
Check it out guys, my awesome new apartment. I am moving on up. China doesn't pay as well as Korea, but the perks are amazing.
My room has only one bedroom, but I get an office and awesome living room on the very top floor. I'm in the PENTHOUSE!
There is also a wondrous rooftop patio just next to my place, which will be the place for lunches and parties in the future, I'm sure.
Check out the photos. Be jealous, be very jealous.