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... head open and the surrounded passenger were not squirted with blood! Thank God for migraine pills!!
As per usual people wanted to practice their English with us which is always fun. We made some new friends and added some new pen pals, i shall endeavour write in Chinese character (with warning in English against offending) and they can practice their English with me.
Ok so I will say now my behaviour in Taiyuan was out of character and ...
... scarf I brought for her.
I then went to the lounge. There were Adam, Cameron, and Anthony there. Jesse entered. Afterward, I walked out and ran into Mohini. We hugged and I gave her scarf I brought for her.
For dinner, I ate with Rae, Stephanie, and Karena. At the place we went outside of east gate, a lot of people from our program were there too.
Following eating, we got milk tea and a waffle treat.
... news crew there because we were the first foreigners to visit in a long time. Then he said we were visiting an elementary school too.
We got off the bus and checked out a water fall. There was a big red banner to welcome us. The news crew interviewed a couple people in my group.
We then went to the elementary school. Kids ran out of the school to greet us. We went into different groups ...
... Of course, the rest of our group knew what it was doing and came to the station as well on time. We all entered the train together and settled in for another four-hour ride home. It didn’t pass by too slowly, however—we all were seated next to each other and facing one another over the table, so conversing was easy. We spent much of the time laughing over the karaoke videos Wu Yanwu had taped at the ...
... 40, which I believe is like... a 7.5 or 8 in US sizes. I'm a solid 9 and was the only one who had to buy men's rain boots. All my friends got cute purple sparkles or multicolor flowers or polka dots. Mine? Black. Lovely.
It's actually fine; I'm more amused than anything else. Now, Najung and I are listening to American pop and sipping tea and fermented milk. Off to more adventure tomorrow!