Jinjiang Inn (Taiyuan Government)
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In the morning, Howard thankfully had to go to work. He made us breakfast of tea and toast, and then Amy and I played with the dog until he got back.
I was completely exhausted by this man. At one point we were talking about my parents and he asked if I lived at home with them whenever I went back to Canada. I said yes and then he followed that up with "So you're not ready to cut the umbilical cord yet, eh???"
What the actual.... I was ...
... the time I was done, there was a bus waiting in front of me, ready to take me back. Nice timing, bus. I snoozed all the way back to Taiyuan.
My hosts told me to take bus 805 to get to their house, but none of the drivers would let me. One finally took me to another stop, where I had to take 831 all the way to the end.
Amy's husband, Howard met me at the stop.
I said hi, when I noticed him looking for me, and told him I was ...
... ourselves somewhere to park for the night.
It was an old mud and brick village called Dayu. There were still some houses occupied but a lot were empty and in ruins. We found out later that as the elders died and the young people moved away, the town was slowly dying. No different to little places elsewhere, I suppose.
We were quite a novelty, ...
Just like that our time in Taiyuan is coming to an end. Wednesday morning we jet off to Hong Kong to Celebrate the Chinese New Year! (Year of the Goat--My Birth Year!)
We arrived November 22, almost three months has passed since we got here, and it has been one crazy ride. When we first arrived we definitely had culture shock. I cried almost everyday for a week, I looked up flights almost every day for that week, ...
... free, and then 40% off their tab. So crazy!! Still getting used to situations like this, Ben and I enjoyed our free cocktail and played some pool as we listen to live music.
After the week we had, I feel like we came out on the other side with lifted spirits and unconditional love for each other, new friends and for our employers.
(See you later)