After a quick lunch down the street from the museum, we walked down the road a bit to YueXiu Park. It's one of the biggest in the city and absolutley stunning. I love wandering in parks that are so big they need signs to the different parks within the park! It was starting to mist--it was sunny when we were inside the museum--so the rain gave everything a magical feel, like being in a dream.
After years of aimlessly plugging away 9 to 5, and having people continuously ask me what I really want to do with my life (while offering some good and not so good suggestions), I've taken a bold step in this adventure called life, and I'm teaching English in Asia. I started out in Shenzhen, China, moved on to Guangzhou, and now I'm in Bangkok, Thailand. I also travel around Asia and enjoy sharing those stories as well.
This is not an undertaking for just anyone, as my friends assure me. I documented the ups and downs of my preparations and now my actual experi... full info
For centuries China stood as a leading civilization, outpacing the rest of the world in the arts and sciences, but in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the country was beset by civil unrest, major famines, military defeats, and foreign occupation. A...more info