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... will be a Cliff bar and a banana. I'm actually looking forward to it. :) All the kids had longer music lessons and rehearsals this afternoon so that they can prepare for next weeks concert. In fact, Kristen is in another room right now rehearsing with her trio. In our calligraphy/art class today we painted Koi fish again, with sea grass. I am actually pleased with the ...
... dancers, but these public dances seem to appeal to all ages. If it happened in the UK, the police would probably break it up, or someone would end up fighting. Although I have noticed that in some situations (like taxi queues) the Chinese like a good scrap as much as anybody!
I carried on through the park, and decided i was going to visit the Sichuan Museum. I thought it would have some good info on the history of the province. Although I'm quite interested in all the old ...
... with all of the rolling mountains surrounding me. Beautiful. Last night I treated myself to a dip in the hot springs down the road, and plan on another dip today- I'll explore more of the 17 hot spring pools today and prepare for our departure tomorrow. We're off to Chongqing and beginning our river cruise up the Yangzi River and can't wait for the sights and experiences that are yet to come! Much love to you all- xoxo
... the rural areas, they are very good at getting out and doing things, but in cities they literally do not leave the hostel. They eat all meals here and spend the entire day on Facebook so it's no wonder the people of Chengdu have never seen any of them.
Of course we love seeing no other Westerners out and about; the only drawback is that very few restaurants have English menus, so we end up having to go ...
... in their classes have "English names". We met Lily, Tony, Tim, Angela, Sarah, Rebecca, Horace, Frank, Harry, Evelyn, just to name a few.
Tonight we have been invited to dinner by two teachers and their families. These teachers have been at Jenks high school as part of the exchange program with Chengdu #7 high school. Although the traditional Chinese food that we have encountered has been pretty good, we are hankering for some pizza. No jam, please!