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... secrets, though I almost feel as if I know it's impossible to unveil them.
No matter what, if there's anything I've learned this past year, it's that regardless of where you live in the world, we all yearn for the same things that make us human. Some of us are fortunate enough to pursue those things, and some of us are not. Because of this, though it'll take me 16 hours by plane to get to China, I know now that I'm much closer to these strangers than I thought.
After a LONG night of farewells, and Karaoke with our Shenyang friends, Beaty and I herded the cats...I mean kids.. into a plane and we are safely in Shanghai. We rode the "Fastest train in the East," on our way to the Pearl Tower, one of the highest towers in the world with an observation deck made from glass. While several of the students walked and took pictures on the glass, I begged and pleaded for them not to stay long. We saw some of the glass ...
... and some vertically, but whichever way they went they never hit each other; the timing was perfect and it was just brilliant.
After the show, the bus took us back to the hotel, where our first thought was to go for a drink in the hotel's bar. The bar, however, was closed for refurbishment (what?!) so we asked Robert if he knew whether there were any other little bars nearby. There was a "Cigar Bar" just around the corner, so Trevor and I, ...
... familiar face was so comforting and after some more panadol I was starting to feel better. This flu was really knocking me about!
Ed took us over to this rooftop bar called Captain’s Bar and we sat out on the balcony with a Mojito each (Ken a beer) and enjoyed the view for an hour or so. Ed also meet up with his business partner so while he talked shop for a bit Ken and I were able to enjoy a little alone time. To ...
Nope, for 2010 he listed, “playing Lacrosse with the Fort Erie Hawks” and for 2011, “making the Select Hockey team with the Shanghai Thunderbirds.”
In the end, kids are kids and playing sports and being part of a team is still far more important in their little heads and lives than traveling.
And that’s good, I don’t expect them to understand the “gift” yet. ...
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