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... Yesterday in the shower (not me honest, its all lies!) For me, the "Post Travel Blues" hit in the form of an unshakable cold. The weather was miserable. Two weeks of nonstop smog and grey sky. I felt like I was going to forget what the sun looked like at one point. I read an article back in August entitled "5 Reasons To Hate Changsha" which I thought would give me a bit of insight that might have been hidden in the travel guide. On the subject of weather it read "If ...
... And with a Surprisingly BEAUTIFUL temple and garden
there on the river that honestly was the highlight of the Gao Kao adventure ha.
Besides that, to be honest not a lot to report…the city is on the ancient river
town of Milou and in the river there is where Lu Shan, a famous poet of China
supposedly drowned himself and thus, for some reason, dragon boat festival was
born and people make Jonza (a small rice packaged thing all wrapped up in
... language is INCREDIBLY different than our- not only in dialects and tonally, but it’s just the culture of communication. For example, everyone is “aunty, sister, uncle,” etc. this means it is entirely more familiar. Though Stella has spoken only through text to Ric*******ce, she called him and immediately rattled off the situation without any formalities and he responded immediately and understandingly and DIRECTLY. I ...
... avid-Friends-fan in China- PETER J and he was accompanied by a couple of my, now new Chinese friends all of which live in Shanghai next year! Hooray! And all of which though claim to have “horrible English” certainly are VASTLY better conversationalists than the usual, “HELLO! IM FINE THANK YOU! YOU LIKE CHINESE FOOD?!” that I have about ten times a day with every single person who even attempt to speak to me in the whole surrounding area of Hengshan ha. ...
... up for the end!
And now back in nanyue I am QUITE looking forward to the long-awaited Gao Kao week that is upon us!
Starting Wednesday all the senior 1s and I have an awesome 7 day break! The first part of which is probably going to be a horrid physically-intense journey to lug all my junk to Zhuji for next year! BUT HOPING after it is disposed of and an agonizing day of Visa-procedures happens (no idea exactly what this entails ha) the rest ...