Fanyin Boutique Hotel
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... crazy fast at what I can only assume was 100 MPH or greater, on the edge of a gorge! So to say the very least I saw my life flashing before my eyes and was counting the several ways that I could have died in the time I spent in that cab, just to make sure that I was prepared for anything and of course the seat belts were broken. We called a couple of our Chinese friends who spoke English to translate for us, turns out that there was still another HOUR left of ...
... and then have time to study my Chinese with some of the teachers from about 415-530PM. At 530 the school serves us dinner and then I go home to do whatever it is I want.
The days are long, but obviously not very grueling work. I certainly cannot complain.
I get to spend time in a foreign country while getting paid to work with little kids all day. Not too shabby!
Adventure is out there,
... by the devil. The flight was delayed and they never mentioned anything. We waiting another 1hr 30 min and finally boarded. Seems we were the only ones that upgraded. We had the whole exit row to ourselves and the head Flight attendant wanted us to move up. She was trying to be polite about "blocking the exit". The guy behind us ( strangely from michigan/Canada) said " if that door needs to be opened, I think this guy can handle ...
... of goodies like duck meat, peanuts, barbecue, baijiu (a type of alcohol they drink--horrible), among other things. As I've mentioned before, it is customary for the birthday person to serve everyone else, and Zhang Xu did not disappoint, bringing upon the table beer after beer and plate after plate of food. Ultimately, there were ten or more of us sitting ...
... for the most part) because the Chinese word translates as fight back. I transitioned into how a lot of the music of the 60s and 70s was in protest of the war. They became immediately enthralled. It was hard to get them to talk about this, but they certainly listened. I made sure not to say anything about China, I really kept this about America. They can form their own opinions.
After the lecture, I played a game where they were split into groups and I would ...