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Jeremy's Clarinet/Trumpet duet came next. I think it was the best they played it. I am always amazed at how students are able to pull it together in the end.
The final piece was the Flute/Oboe/Clarinet trio. It went exceptionally well overall, and we were both very pleased.
The cool part about this concert, was that in between each of our group's pieces, there was a piece performed by one of the Chinese students. ...
... sluggish and hide from the heat for the rest of the day. After seeing the horrific conditions in which the animals were kept in Nanjing's Zoo when we went there for a school field trip, I didn't really even want to go to see the panda bears. But James was eager to go, so we went.
Thankfully I was wrong, as the panda bears are kept in huge bamboo filled enclosures, able to roam as they please. Obviously it would be better if they were in the ...
... quite a feast. Weary from their travels, the vagabonds were shown to their rooms and were soon fast asleep ready for another adventure tomorrow.
Dave and Rick spent some time with Cloud and Hans that evening as was evidenced by Hans’ less that sparkling eyes at the clinic the next morning.
This is a good start to documenting this adventure, so I will post some pictures and prepare another episode on the morrow. ...
... as the day wore on. The reserve was located directly on the opposite side of Chengdu from our campus, so this meant we had to go straight through center of Chengdu. The traffic here is always horrible so it ended up taking more than an hour to finally get there. Half was through our ride to the Panda reserve we stopped at McDonald's for some lunch. I purposefully had not eaten lunch that day in anticipation for this meal. ...
... was okay.
I repeated the same venture as the day before to go out the Little North Gate and find the hotel Kiana’s family was staying at. We had to take two taxis to get to the apartment because we had to fit Kiana’s luggage, but we managed to get it all in. Kiana’s mom and I arrived at the building just fine, but Kiana forgot the keys and had to get the taxi driver to circle back to the hotel to pick them up. Once the keys ...