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... mattress was very *************ly slept a few hours until our alarm clock woke us up at 5am. We put on all the clothes we had plus the red jackets that we thought we would never need (without them we would not have seen the sunrise for sure!). Outside of the hotel you could see a lot of people in the dim light, all covered with red jackets, finding the best spot to see the sunrise. And indeed – we saw a wonderful dawn. After about an hour taking pictures, staring at ...
... didn't want to get stuck on the mountain. Again, that was worth it. I got to see another completely gorgeous side of the mountain I hadn't been able to see before.This time everyone was really exhausted. And we still had to go to the waterfall. Boo. I was cranky. If it had been a little hike I would have been fine, but it was a fairly large one, especially considering all the walking we had done the day before. More than half the group didn't go up all the way. I half ...
... than-ordinary classes…but sorry
March Madness lessons are not quite as R rated I think!)…ok any who…
So “class over,” (as is standard announcement by my JR
students lol) at 1040 sharp and I rushed to the office, with back up tickets in
hand, to get back by my 11:30 interview for a position in Fuzhou, a training
school job in Fujian province. (fyi if the job market gets you too down in
'merica well you ought to just come be ...
... The name for the area is a combination of the mountain name, Lan Shan, and the post office, ting.) It is famous for its calligraphy. Emperor Kangxi has a huge tablet covered with his calligraphy. This place was pretty as well. It had a few little creeks and a lot of pavilions. Poets would sit by one of the streams and write poetry and drink wine. They would float the glasses of wine down the stream to each other as they drank them. As you leave the ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...