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... after all, no harm was done!
It was a mad scramble from the the tourist shuttle bus to the next bus that would take me to Huixian where I must take a train to Zhengzhou, Capitol of Henan for the night.
The bus, not a large one, has a passenger capacity of 27. Because I started out standing, crammed in, I was able to count 48 in total on the bus. After departing Huixian, we ran into a long line of traffic. Turns out five cars ...
... the kids. We visited the longmen grottos and Shaolin temple which is famous for it's kung fu school. Ian became a kung fu master and won a competition on stage.
In Zhengzhou we managed to find a western bar (an hour away from our hotel by taxi, but well worth the trek!) we even took part in a pub quiz! Very strange to be somewhere so Chinese and experience something so western.
The group of teachers was quite a mixed bag. We had us, two Irish guys ...
... at a small noodle place before another hour van ride. This rid was at least slightly more comfortable since I had a little bit of leg room sitting in the front seat. So after a very long and exhausting day we finally arrive at our camp location. But since it was dark I wasn't able to take any pictures of the camp so hopefully I can get some tomorrow! Now for some much much needed ...
... and really seemed to like them. Maddie, who is one of the cutest babies I've ever seen, absolutely loved her owl! She didn't stop smiling after I gave it to her! It makes me so happy to know that I will be able to give this feeling to so many kids this summer! We took an hour drive into the city of Zhengzhou in a very crowded, very cramped van ride. We are taking a hard sleeper to Qing Dao. We all got the very top bunk, of three, which is really high and rally freaked me ...
... so I bent down to pet him and he came right over to me. He then refused to leave my side,following me out of one building then across the campus and all the way to the second building. The poor thing was homeless, so I had my cereal in my bag and gave him a handful so that at least I knew he had had something to eat. But it definitely broke my heart leaving the little guy as I heading in the meeting. The ...