Travel Blogs from Harbin
... and me making my way to work with a smile on my face.
I've crammed my way onto overcrowded buses and stammered my way through broken Chinglish conversations with taxi drivers (usually ending in awkward silences punctuated only by even more awkward nods and smiles). I've cursed this place and everyone in it. And now I know for sure...I'm going to miss it. Every time I smell sewer gas or hear someone hawking a loogie, I'm going to think of my little ...
... YORK but I will always have a place in my heart for my home in China.
--It's gonna be hard to stay goodbye---especially to such a beautiful place---Being here and saying goodbye, reminds me too much of grandpa...
Saying good bye has to be the hardest part of traveling.... Zai jian Zhonguo! ..until next time
"In the furthest corner of the most unpaved road, lies some of God's most beautiful treasures...explore." -Medinah
... before and it has really good jiaozi. For those of you that don't know, jiaozi are Chinese dumplings. They are filled with meat or vegetables. I really like the pepper and egg filled ones myself. At the ending ceremony some of our laoshi(s), teachers said a few words and Jackson and I were chosen to say a little speech as well, in Chinese!! In my speech I thanked our teachers and the staff of HIT for welcoming us so warmly. I said ...
... to go to the Ice and Snow Festival, or if you think it is outrageously expensive (over 300 RMB or about 57 USD), you can take as much pictures in this area since a lot of it look like some of the structures too in the actual area of the festival. But hey, for once in a lifetime experience, just go and experience the Ice Festival!
There are many restaurants along this road so it’s not a problem if you want to eat. ...
... SEA of people. It was sooooo crowded that you cannot almost move. I was hauling a 50-liter backpack and it was very difficult to move with so many people around. I was glad that I got to the train platform just right on time before it left. I never like riding the trains in China. The word " Clean" is never found inside the train. Just imagine how it is like in the toilet. The trip took more than 15 hours. I made friends with my bunk mates and they thought my Chinese ...
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