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... I could have. I lived a block from the school and got to see my new American and Chinese friends often. The school is built like what I imagine a mini collage campus would look like and we could take full advantage of. The classes we were offered here were new and helped introduce the culture. I love Tie Yi and the people I've met here. I love the city, the shops, the food, the crazy traffic. I love Naomi and my host family, the places we went, the things we saw ...
... you could make pottery with pottery wheels, but I didn't make anything because there was no way for me to dry it quickly. However, many students did go and make pottery, and others went in there (I may or may not be included) because they sold ice cream. Later we went to a store and I bought a small gift for one of my friends in America, and Cayla and Mr. Condon bought things as well. After we got back to the school, Ivy came to get me and we went to buy some cold noodles for her ...
... so much that tears sprung to my eyes. John was thoughtful and carried both packs which definitely helped. But not enough. The pain still so bad that i had to drag the bad leg and walk very slowly. Checked in at Sofitel which is a grand hotel inside the walls of this city which has over six million inhabitants. Very much a luxury hotel and our room is magnificent with walk in wardrobe, a large bathroom with two doors a bath and a shower, and the main room with a fantastic large bed ...
Another horrendous train journey in cattle class but thankfully it was only 10 hours this time. Who knew China was so big! Our hostel didn't send anyone to pick us up as arranged so Kristoffer phoned 3 times before they sent a girl to take us 30 minutes on the public bus to the hostel. Then they wouldn't let us check in even though I had arranged early arrival & we were 2 hours late because of them. Long story ...
... in beautiful silk clothes and were supplied with weapons, cooking utensils etc whatever their job was to provide a comfortable after life for the Emperor. So the excavation is full of pigs, cows, dogs, sheep, goats, weapons and thousands of pots for storage of food (for people and animals) water and seeds.
The great thing about this museum was that the excavations were 'covered' by glass. When we entered the building we ...