Forstar Hotel Chengdu Taisheng North Road
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Another very early start, thank gosh it's going to be the last one for awhile. It's the usual breakfast at 5.30am and leaving at 6ish. The mountains and trees are still covered by morning mist when we drive off, it feels like I'm in a dream, half of me probably still is. I wish I could have taken a decent picture of it to capture the moment, it's very surreal, what I imagine the place inbetween sleeping and wakefulness looks like. Most of the day ...
We are having an incredible time here in Chengdu!
Today we took lessons in Language, Calligraphy, Chinese Percussion, and Music Rehearsals! Then we relaxed with amazing massages and a walk through Chengdu! I have attached some pictures I took today so I hope you all enjoy them! Can't wait to see what new and exciting adventures tomorrow will bring :)
... so over all they have a lot in comman. On the 17th there will be an American girl joining our appartment... she will be teaching.
Flat two has four occupants now, Eric (Law) and Christian (Business) who are not new and I have been out with them a few times for dinner with projects abroad and out to clubs occasionally. There are also two new guys, one from Switzerland, a guy named Bertrand who is 19 years old, and an Italian who is 21 and whose ...
... wasn't a shortage of bugs (not in the room though, thankfully). Though there were two beds, I'd be staying by myself, which I prefer [only child :-)].
Because I didn't have enough cash on hand to pay for the total cost of my stay, I had to take a trip to the bank after securing my room. On the way to the bank, I saw several shops as well as the narrow river that runs right outside of the campus. I found the bank ...
... seen in Beijing. Frankly, I don't see how anyone could do acrobatics in the splendid costumes with flags on the backs and elaborate headdresses all in vibrant blues and greens and reds and golds. The show was not a true Sichuanese opera—which might have been boring enough to kill even a native to Sichuan, let alone Chinese people who didn't speak the local dialect—rather, it was a showcase of the various spectacular arts ...