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... to offer a donation to the orphanage. Without hesitance we agreed. After a few photo's and a bit of filming, we left the orphanage to pick-up some rice and cooking oil at the local supermarket.
It felt good to view Qiang's residential home. But, to be honest we were also happy to be back outside, in the ' fresh ' air - where for the first time we could observe a bit of blue sky. You can almost forget this with the smog of Beijing en Hefei.
... must have had a huge impact. Unfortunately, Caitlin hasn'tfallen asleep either. Our hotel room is a bit small when it comes to thesleeping arrangement. The two kids are together in the same room. We are in fora treat tomorrow. At 9 o'clock we have to be up and ready.
I will close now with the words that our parents used to close their message in reply to the many whatsapp messages we've send today containing updates and photo's. God is good to us. We are truly blessed! Amen
... Tanggo is offering to walk up more to see another stunning view but no one is interested at this point so we take a bus to go down to our cars. A little bit more driving towards Maan Shan and we check in to a hotel at around 6 pm. Today dinner is provided by the organizer. All activities are finished by 8.30 pm and we head to our rooms to rest and recharge the batteries to continue the journey.
... village in Anhui province. All the houses in the village are in a very good condition. And it feels like a dream. We saw many artists doing painting and stone craft. At 7 pm we were already back in the hotel and after dinner I helped the friends with the flat tire. Luckily we fix it fast, just 45 minutes. Time is running so fast. At 11.30 pm I go to bed as usual.
... leave the class, and in the end I have no power because the grades I assign will simply be changed.
I hate to be so pessimistic about the situation here, but that is how it truly is. I simply cannot understand why a system works like this, and by that I mean HOW CAN it work?
On to brighter things. After a wonderfully uneventful birthday weekend (I couldn't even go to the museum, it’s only open about 4 hours a ...