Xiamen Huashu Hotel
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... see a single westerner the entire day. Feel like the more adventurous part of my trip is properly getting started! Walked back to my hotel and watched BBC for a few hours while doing some last minute expense reports and time card stuff for my jobs back home that I realized I had forgotten to do before I left. Had a mediocre western meal in the hotel for dinner as I was too exhausted to go anywhere interesting and made a very early night of it. Wanted to get a good sleep in a ...
Took the high speed train to Xiamen today. Pretty scenery along the coast. Pardon the reflected phone in a lot of the pictures. Got lost trying to find my hotel and my data connection is so slow I had to call mom and have her find directions for me on ...
... have been overflowing with beautiful adventure. Difficult days, and lonely moments, but those only serve to make me stronger, better, and more in love with this place that has shown me who I am.
Here's to adventure, and tomorrow, and the day after that. To China and it's beauty, it's eccentricity, and the things I will never understand (read: spitting), I will be forever grateful for what I've learned and been given.
What a beautiful world it is.
... like those glossy brochures sitting outside the office back home.
And that's not to say that it isn't good. No, far from. These last two and a half months have been full of new things and fantastic adventures. From climbing the Great Wall, to exploring the Bund, to walking on the beach late at night, I have tasted a sweetness of freedom like I've never before. I have seen things I ...
... for us to make friends with students our age, and a place for native Chinese speakers to come and practice their English (it's a win-win). One week, I was standing talking to a group of about 6 people about the best foods to eat here in Xiamen when a male student came up to the group. He promptly asked me what I am studying here, I responded International Politics, and he immediately retorted, "I do not think it is fitting for a woman to study that." Now, ...