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... all the moments I cherish are making me feel homesick the most. I can live anywhere but I get attached to people a lot. As a child after a holiday I would often cry one week after I was back home, because I missed the people I met.
It's still the same when leaving every time.
I hate this part. Saying goodbye makes me cry a long time and especially with people who mean a lot to me. Mostly I will cry a whole flight until my new destination or home. ...
... experiences. Again I made the decision to do it this way. And again there is nothing to stop you from quitting your job and leave.
Well actually these are good excuses, because these people are supposed to make you happy wherever you are and they help you making your life into a good life.
E. Others…many other excuses
The only two excuses I think are reasonable( except ...
... you die. Together with Kate I played drums... It's guitar hero version with... Drums .. And after I played a game of air hockey. Both games I lost but I had fun.
In the meanwhile , Lily met a friend who wanted to show us a bar of his friend.
I was impressed by this bar, it was small but very cozy and the atmosphere reminded me of my favorite bar at home. The guy bought us cocktails all night. Apparently in China it's the task of the guy to take care of the ...
... tofu. I don't know if it is the official translated name for this tofu but I think you cannot give it another name. Remember durian king fruit? This is an equivalent....Besides this you will see people scrubbing stones. These stones are special, if you rub them, they will change colour and some beautiful lines will appear.
In the porcelain village you will find.... shops and food. It was so crowded, I thought my escape plan would fail, but when ...
... OK in China--I've seen countless people who've passed out, which now included Zhang Xu, the manager of this bar, and now Alexi. I woke him up and informed the students, who were ready to leave anyways because it was approaching 12am, the time that their dormitory gates closed. One of the students told me she'd take him home, and the rest accompanied them, except for Paul, who decided he'd stay out past the gate closing time--an impressive feat for a student. ...