Victory International Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I will tell them stories, and I will play games with them. I will also tell them my experience in America. Like these children, I do not see my parents for a year or two, and I have to face the difficulties myself. I will tell them how I resolve the struggle alone. Through my experience, I want to tell them that they can find hope and future through studying and hardworking.
I grow up in a well-off family, thus I rarely experience ...
... afternoon and evening, constant downpour and even lightning and thunder! We bunkered down inside our timbered hostel playing pool and uno.
The next day we got our ponchos on and prepared to get soaked which we most certainly did! We trekked from our village through Zhonglu village to Ping'an which took 4.5 hours. We walked through endless rice terraces observing the farming way of life that the locals live.
... and landed near the smart-board so fast that he beat the kid on the second row with the seat in the aisle. It was hilarious. When it was their time again I had to emphasize with hand gestures, "No jumping, no running, no pushing, NO JUMPING!." I really had to emphasize the no jumping one.
On Wednesday Harrison, one of the foreign teachers got a hold of everyone, and we made plans to go downtown as a group to an Irish Pub. It was great meeting everyone at my ...
... there won't be a next time.
Let me tell you that was a very depressing walk back to the apartment. Not only did I just realize that I had no money on me to buy anything, food including, but I was roasting in the heat. I didn't even realize that a man had been following until it was time to turn at the intersection, and I realized that he had also been in the China Mobile store with me. I gave him a weird look, as in saying "Are you for real?" LOL I ...
... I wasn't blind either, I could clearly tell that I was the only foreigner in the area. I'm not used to been stared at so much.
Can't complain though. This is what I wanted. To explore a new world, to seek out new cultures, to bold go where I've never been before!
Yeah yeah, save me the commentary. I'm well aware of where I borrowed that from. Which reminds me, can someone send me a copy??? It comes out on 9/10. : ( ...