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Travel Blogs from Luoyang
... the hell out of it. It took five months, but I am finally back.
This past weekend was the Fourth of July, and despite being in China, I managed to celebrate the holiday with a bunch of friends. We had a potluck, drank bee, and barbequed. Good times were had all around. In keeping with tradition, I managed to track down fireworks and firecrackers. That was when the real fun began. I should preface by saying that if there ...
... sure the common areas are cleaned as well. There are four bunk beds in each room. They also have lockers to store their personal items. The shower room and toilets are communal.
After this, we were shown the grander that had been planted by the students. The fresh vegetables grown are served on campus. There was lettuce, cucumber, potatoes, squash, corn, onions, peanuts and much more. After the garden tour, the students were given ping ...
... a sweet old man who spoke decent English. He told me that she was a medicine woman. After saying goodbye to our new friends, we walked to the bakery. I kept bursting into fits of laughter at the memory of her slaps, and Chris kept checking his chest to see of the signifcant red marks her blows left had faded. As of right now, over an hour and a half later, they are still visible, if not as vibrant a scarlet color as they were right after the incident.
... it was pouring - the first real, solid pour - yay! I got soaked before I could get a tuk-tuk, no chance of a taxi whatsoever, but eventually got home to a hot shower.
The pollution was quite bad again today, which meant we didn't get much of a view from the train, but we were pleased to have some 'cloud' cover as it was over 30 degrees again today, and would have been unbearably hot in the direct sun.
... There are many different colours and types of peony, with some as big as dinner plates.
We continue to be amazed at how much both our old town and Luoyang have changed. There are so many new buildings, with many more still being built. The quality of the shops has improved significantly and there is a greater variety of food, clothing and equipment available. There is no question that the standard of living ...
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