Wangjiang International Hotel
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... two hours from Nanchang by train. The little I have seen of it so far does not look very promising, but I might have to revise my opinion because I have not seen more than a dirty main shopping street.
The apartment and the complex are, like the one in Nanchang, very nice. It cannot be much older than a year ore two. Almost everything here that looks nice and modern is new or still under construction. I share the apartment with some of the teachers ...
... my injuries the time to heal, and keep on practicing to perfect my form.
As I come home I will enjoy a nice long hot shower. I will probably get more fast food than I can handle, eat more sweets than I can bare, set the highest volume of my radio and enjoy a decent cup of coffee.
Thanks for reading my journals, and for all your positive comments!
... br> After demonstrating my technique Master Bao and I discussed about what I am to learn this month.
And I am very pleased to say that we both agreed on that one style I like to learn the most.. :D
Later that afternoon we had to run for 10 kilometers.
Normally this wouldn't be a very big challenge. However, my muscles had not yet recovered from yesterdays training. My legs where giving up on ...
... important thing I learned was that you can never stop learning or training...
Actually the only reason I'm not there right now is because I went home to renew my visa and twisted my ankle (AGAIN!!!!!) and am waiting for it to recover before heading back. It actually feels like I'm away from home..
So I've decided this is going to be the first entry out of many (I have a lot of free time now). I'll try to write down ...
... even if it was really quite shallow. The mountans of Jiangxi to the left a small town in the valley to the right. Local kids swimming along the way. Some cool bridges over head that prmpted me to make a few "Deliverance" jokes, but either they weren't funny, or my partner in the boat, the other foreigner, hadn't seen it. On a few of the bridges, local kids ...