Travel Blogs from Dalian
... our train car. We had sleeper cars, thank goodness, but they were definitely not like American sleeper cars! The whole section of the train was filled with bunk beds stacked three high, with a narrow hallway on the one side. We all had beds by each other, so we switched around how we wanted. The workers were very friendly and when Chelsea and I were sitting on the bottom bunk across from Mah a lady came and gestured profusely at me while smiling and talking to Mah. She ...
... It was then announced that at 4 PM we would begin installation and it just had to be up at midnight. Relieved, we decided to tweak a few things with our project. Finally, around 4 PM we went to the gallery to finish the project after we had it hanging up.
We worked away in the gallery, getting sweaty and dirty perfecting the display. We had to change the design a few times after Mah visited us, but in the end the changes made ...
... barrier is posing a large problem for my partner and I. It’s also very stressful seeing how advanced everyone at this university is with their skill and comparing that to my very basic skills so far.
My partner showed up around 1:00 to discuss our project some more, which ended up taking about five hours until we could then we meet with the professors to decide which of our ideas were best. During ...
Today we all woke up bright and early to get some breakfast before our Tai Chi lesson. I was very excited when I saw they had pancakes, so I relished the one I got. We then went down to the soccer fields where our Tai Chi master was waiting. For about an hour and a half we worked at our Tai Chi, which we were awful at to begin with. We improved a little bit, but I think we all felt very nervous about our skill level with the master watching us.
After Tai ...
... 20 minutes into this drive the man driving started getting a bunch of phone calls and he finally pulled over to the side of the road and the car that Dayton, Rick, and Luke were riding in also pulled over. We deduced that they were lost, but at first them pulling over made us kind of far away from the street. After pulling over once the guys got back in their vehicles and started speeding through Dalian - the speed limit signs said 70 km and these guys were going over 120 km, ...
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