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... construction stare.' HELLO! It was an amazing ride into the countryside. I saw my first rice paddies with water buffalo and the people plowing through 2 feet of mud. There were Peking duck farms and banana groves. Everything is exactly as you see it on the National Geo shows. I don't know how they do it. China is a variety of contrasts...but many people are quite poor, living in rough conditions. Once we arrived in (I don't ...
... second morning, I went to purchase a train ticket (the new train station being well out of the city in the direction of the coast) and then continued beyond it in search of the deep blue. What I discovered instead was a university. In true Chinese style, they're shifting the universities out of the cities and shoving them out in the middle of nowhere so students have nothing to do but study. Unknowingly I'd been waiting in line at the ...
... temple and the people
that lived there. We got to see a lot of interesting people while on
After our fun hike we went out for lunch... to
On my last day in
Ningde I relaxed and enjoyed time packing.
…. I had to stand on the train ride home for three hours…. Squished
to the entrance/exit doors… not so fun.
Had a good time :D ...
Tomorrow I leave for Xiamen, Fujian, China. I have accepted a job to teach ESOL to local schools and to also teach foreign children (Americans/Canadians/Australians) also! I have signed up for a five month contract. I hope my experience in Xiamen will be as "amazing" as my one in ...
... include, even though the bigger cities may have a lot of western influences, I love-love-love that people spoke English and I could talk with them!...
Ningde has taught me to appreciate simple things like trash cans and recycle bins, people not skipping in line and pushing their way up to the front, my car, and Burger King. (I also miss Mexican food) The people here are very friendly though.
I love the kindness of all the people here in ...