Feichang 6+1 Hotel (Pingxiang)
Travel Blogs from Pingxiang
I went with May and her friends skiing inside a big warehouse about an hour from Changsha. I have never before seen so many terrible skiers in my life! At the end of the night though, most people got a lot better.
We went with a bunch of May's childhood friends and their families. We had dinner and played cards because we got there pretty early.
Once again, my birthday was anti-climactic. Every year, I seem to start my new life at around my birthday time. So, every year I don't know anybody and I never have a party, per-se. This time, a nice man Logan tried to make one for me, but I knew it wouldn't work out because that's just how things go. We had a good time, and I had my own party in my brain I guess.
A nice lady, ...
... and had a mango popsicle for my reward. The haze was bad today and it was really hot, so the mango popsicle was extra delicious and there weren't any really nice views at the top. I tried to get some nice photos, but it didn't really work out.
Friday night is Diner's Club night, so after going home and showering, we had our second meeting. We had six people already, so I think that's a good sign for the upcoming weeks!
... China. Now I'm here in Guangzhou, attending an American high school as a freshmen! :)
I really love China. It is like a second home to me. So in this blog, I'll try and post as many things about China as possible. Attractions, daily life, cuisine and etceteras! :)
So stay tuned for my next entry.
Lots of love,
... He is a litle shy but they both remembered so much about Elizabeth. I have a very long post but need to edit it first.
Tomorrow we are going to their home - the same one E lived in with them.
This was an amazing day and I am thrilled.
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We are on the bus for the four plus hour bus ride to PingXiang. We have two guides with us along with Rachel. The Guides are Helen and Brandon. ...