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Here is a list of things that need mentioning, but not an entire blog entry of dedication
1) The driving "laws": Plain and simple the driving of chinese people specifically in Chongqing (because the driving in other Chinese cities is much different) is like playing one big and dangerous game of Frogger. No joke. There is complete disregard for staying within one single lane, there is no concept of merging rules. THERE ARE NO RULES ...
Today was the first day of orientation and so it was just a lot of short speeches, Chinese language lessons and we went over lesson planning. The exciting part of the day was when we experienced a traditional Chinese style lunch, lazy susan and all! There were so many different foods to choose from and everything was pretty damn spicy, except for the sweet and sour fish.
I also meet a lot of really cool people who are participants from the ...
... life so much easier and I am loving the already having a place to sleep when we arrive in a new town. We decided to head back to the same area for dinner that night and Lee-Ann brought along her translations so we managed to get lots of veggies and a mystery meat dish with rice. It tasted great and it was nice to have some green stuff for a change. We were pretty much done when Lee-Ann says to me "turn away, don't look." She had said pretty much the same thing the ...
... him so he could be next to her. We decided it was like helping out 12 year olds, parents watching their children with their first dates. Awkward and similar to staring at a car crash. Nonetheless, we left them alone to play a Chinese dice game.
The girls from earlier in the bus live near the bar and called me, saying they were eating and would come later. However, 30 minutes later, they sent me the message, "I'm sorry, we can't come out to play with you, you now our ...
... was beautiful – we could now see what the town was all about.
The next morning was time for our departure for our last stop, Shanghai. We awakened to thunder. It was dark and pouring. Apparently we are one week into the rainy season and were very lucky.
A last blog coming soon!