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... and curios to well-appointed tourists with brightly coloured synthetic clothing and expensive DSLR's.
His latest achievement, for which he is very proud he tells me with a smile, is that he was able to send his son and daughter to university. His son was the first villager ever to graduate and go away to university.
Looking back, a still handsome and quick smiling Chunfu is proud of his accomplisht, even though the local ...
... of 'what have we signed up for?' but at the end we were infact sad to leave.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner were all provided by school. I'm not sure what was going on with their hygiene or cooking skills, but all of the foreign teachers were constantly battling tummy troubles. It was gross. We ended up eating out quite a lot, and discovered some yummy garlic oysters. and not so yummy lambs testicles!
The school also took us out for a few trips, both with ...
... 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 ...
... SIAS to head to Yantai We had a PIZZA PARTY for dinner!! There were lots of interesting varieties of pizza, the usual like cheese and pepperoni, as well as some which looks like everything they had was just thrown on top. I was really good and a nice taste of home. I was able to give the children that we were with small gifts that I had brought along. The older girls picked their own headbands and actually wore them all night, which was great to see. The two boys ...
... so I bent down to pet him and he came right over to me. He then refused to leave my side,following me out of one building then across the campus and all the way to the second building. The poor thing was homeless, so I had my cereal in my bag and gave him a handful so that at least I knew he had had something to eat. But it definitely broke my heart leaving the little guy as I heading in the meeting. The ...