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... is not what is served at the Ming Dynasty. Which is too bad, because I love pupu platters. Though you can get a lot of freshly grilled meat on a stick, so I guess there's some similarity. 8. You can buy Budweiser everywhere. Enough said. 9. There are recycle bins everywhere that almost no one uses. 10. We both love BBQ. Granted, the BBQ is very different, but grilled meat with a sauce or marinade? It's awesome regardless of which country you're in. Arrival in China After ...
... underground train. I like riding trains very much!
This train took us across the river to the Science Museum. Auntie Rachel and I walked down the street from the museum to the Oriental Pearl Tower. It was a long walk, but along the way we saw some really cool things! The streets was lined with trees that had lights like Christmas time. It was so pretty.
We walked and walked until we finally reached the Oriental Pearl Tower. ...
At dinner I learned that Sally from the Middle School will be coming to JEI in the fall. We refer to her as Sally #2. She is very excited about coming to JEI. The principals are still trying to make the final decision as to who will accompany her.
This evening I walked around Nanxi for my last post-dinner walk. It felt strange. I have walked well over 200 miles in the past 9 weeks. I ...
Today Auntie Rachel and I joined our friend Jeff and his family for a day in the mountains!
First we took a long road trip on really windy roads. We saw so many farmers and it was so beautiful and green! When we reached the top of the mountain there was a really big, gorgeous lake! Next, we loaded up on the boat and went on a tour of the lake. It was so pretty!
After our tour on the lake we ...
... about life in America. There were a few students that were shy, but most were eager to practice their English. Many of the students had evening classes (on a Sunday!) so our time together was not too long.
Cherry and I did a little window shopping as we walked back to the hotel. I was informed that I am expected to give a short speech tomorrow at the flag ceremony. I am a little bit nervous about my first day!
Until we meet ...