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My one year trip is up, China has reached its end. I now must tearfully say good bye. The year passed by quicker than I could imagine and I sit now, in my room back home, reminiscing what was only a few days ago. I'll finish what will be my last blog of China and put a close to a trip of a lifetime.
Last Days of School
The school year ended with two weeks of me doing nothing at work aside from getting ready ...
For as long as I can remember dreaming about travelling, I've dreamed about travelling India. Colourful, cultural and culinary; the spirituality of thousands of years, and the smells of countless spices; the mountains of the Himalayas, the palm-lined beaches of Goa, timeless desert fortresses and tiger-infested jungles: is there anything that India does not possess to whet the wanderer’s appetite? It is time to answer that question for ourselves, as Kerri and I spend ...
Another story worth mentioning is a burger eating contest taking place in a relatively new bar in town. The challenge is to eat a 1.25 kilogram burger (comes out to 2.75 pounds), fries and coke in under 30 minutes. I was told about it by a very close friend, and had true intentions of eating it. Howbeit, this contest was another reminder how the Chinese people can ruin things for themselves. I went to this bar four times, and each time, the employee/ manager had a ...
... and other random oddities you’d not find back home. I personally loved it. It was so much different than what I grew up with. And it was obvious the place was really well kept. Had I the opportunity, I wouldn’t mind living in a place like that.
Anyway, the party carried on as a mix of both local and foreign guests shared food and spirits taking turns handling the grill. The food was amazing. I had forgot how good grilled chicken was. Same with ...
... though! Nearby were a few interesting things such as a wishing tree where apparently if couples wish under the tree together before they have to be apart, they will return to each other. Also a well which apparently has a buffalo pressed down in it, and if you try to use the well an earthquake will happen, so now it is boarded up.
I loved how small this district of Foshan was. It was so easy to get around, and you could even walk to most places. It was ...