Travel Blogs from Zhengzhou
... the shirtless guy subscribed to as I was the one who hailed the cab!
The cabbie did the right thing. He stayed belted in his car and never extended a foot outside. Eventually he backed away and diffused the situation.
I am now safe inside the hotel. The only danger I faced now was not being able to programme the air conditioning to the correct temperature.
It's been a long and bizarre day here in Henan.
... flights from Yizhou because 'unfortunately' there were no seats left on the overnight train they wanted us to take. Having experienced an overnight train before we definitely dodged a bullet there!
We were put up in a hotel for the whole weeks, which was pretty dirty. We each had a small class of 9&10 year olds who were very cute, but pretty excitable and boisterous. Nothing at all like the classes of 60+ sleepy teenagers which we were used to. Teaching wise it was ...
... actually able to see the ocean, so I was able to walk over quickly and take a few pictures before we headed back for the next train. The train ride was probably the longest and most uncomfortable four hours of my life! Imagine sitting on a wooden park bench with very little space to move for that amount of time! Not fun at all!! When we finally arrived in Yantai we were able to grab a ...
... and really seemed to like them. Maddie, who is one of the cutest babies I've ever seen, absolutely loved her owl! She didn't stop smiling after I gave it to her! It makes me so happy to know that I will be able to give this feeling to so many kids this summer! We took an hour drive into the city of Zhengzhou in a very crowded, very cramped van ride. We are taking a hard sleeper to Qing Dao. We all got the very top bunk, of three, which is really high and rally freaked me ...
... soup as well as these white buns which have become a staple in my diet. Our session after lunch was relatively short and covered the topics of sponsorship for the campers (each camper is now fully sponsored) as well as advocacy for the children after camp. Around 200 of the campers this year will be paper ready for adoption and I can't wait to be able to help find some of my own campers families after I get ...
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