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... and checked in for our flight to Tunxi. Everything went very smooth and we even boarded on time which is rather unusual in China. So Ricarda was looking on her watch all the time to check whether this would be her first flight on time or not (Ricarda is German of course). In the meantime I took a nap because taking a nap is the best thing you can do in China when you have some spare time. I guess that is something I learned as well – to take a nap anywhere. In the ...
... a little perch on the end for you to hold onto. Walking up there was one of the biggest good scares of my life it was so great. That loop took us a little over 2 hours. We paused for a bit before starting to hike up to the tallest peak on the whole mountain not expecting to make it bc 1) we were really effin tired and 2)dinner would start before we could finish. We got pretty far though and saw this really cool rock that called "Heaven Boulder" or something bc it looks ...
... in China to get that
confidence back- all you need do is send out your name and nationality and-
hell I get like 20 offers/day…granted most kinda suck but it’s encouraging to
say the least!)
However…dun dun dun…
“wei-shen-me!!!!!”: translation from Chinese; “WHY!!!!???”:
translation from Ms. A’s troubled soul; “why haven’t I learned my damn about
Chinese holidays!”: last ...
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. ...
... place while riding my bike.
Saturday: I chilled at home until 3:30 then headed toward my Kiwi friends place nearby. "Chris" and "Diane" are my occasional neighbors whom I've written about before. Chris is one of the smartest people I've ever met. A great conversationalist. Diane's best friend was cool as can be. She is a Kiwi, but spent 20 years in Kawai and another 10 in Oregon, her accent is not as strong as Diane's ...