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Travel Blogs from Pingxiang
I went with May and her friends skiing inside a big warehouse about an hour from Changsha. I have never before seen so many terrible skiers in my life! At the end of the night though, most people got a lot better.
We went with a bunch of May's childhood friends and their families. We had dinner and played cards because we got there pretty early.
Once again, my birthday was anti-climactic. Every year, I seem to start my new life at around my birthday time. So, every year I don't know anybody and I never have a party, per-se. This time, a nice man Logan tried to make one for me, but I knew it wouldn't work out because that's just how things go. We had a good time, and I had my own party in my brain I guess.
A nice lady, ...
... this, apparently.
There is a nice mountain park across the river, so I biked over and visited the Yuelu academy, a 1500 year old university. It's still there, but now it's called Hunan University and it's bigger and located at the bottom of the hill. I meandered around, pretending that I was a 5th century scholar in ancient China. What would that have been like? Probably smelly.
After that, I hiked up the rest of ...
... China. Now I'm here in Guangzhou, attending an American high school as a freshmen! :)
I really love China. It is like a second home to me. So in this blog, I'll try and post as many things about China as possible. Attractions, daily life, cuisine and etceteras! :)
So stay tuned for my next entry.
Lots of love,
... to try which made Foster Mom happy.
We chatted some more and found out our Foster mom didn't know any of the other families. I got
out a piece of paper and asked her to write her name. The girls wrote theirs too. I kept one half and had the girls do it again so she could have it. Everything we gave her, she put in her purse quickly and zipped it shut. I think she wanted to keep it very safe.
Way too soon it was time to go. I ...