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Published: August 6th 2011
Today we were going to another village, only this time it wasn’t in the center of the city and was more than a 10 minute walk. We took a bridge into this tiny village that seemed both welcoming and confused at the same time. These two little girls were like little hellions the way they kept following us and screaming, laughing, and calling us “inhuman” (apparently because we weren’t Chinese and didn’t speak Chinese, so they kept saying how we didn’t speak ‘human’ language.
I dint mind the girls too much until they began to interfere with our tour i.e. stealing Dr. To’s mike so that they could yell at us to not speak English. Then I thought, “hm…where the heck are their parents to get them out of here??”after another long boring lecture we took a group photo on the stair of the children's center (reminded me of a ymca only much, much smaller.)
Once we got back to the dorms, I told Angela how I was craving pizza (actually I told more than just Angela but still) so we were trying to see if we could order pizza somehow but what ended up happening was like 20 of us
ended up going on another trip to the malls pizza hut. Which was pretty funny if u ask me; the experience I mean.
It was right around when we were when some people mentioned going out clubbing tonight which I agreed to go.
The club’s name was “true colors”. It was a REALLY cool club. 8 of us left to go but only four of us made it there though, because the others arrived in the right area but walked in the wrong direction. I wont go into too much detail of what went down in the club, but I will say that the highlights of that night (to me) were the boy that got us a table that night because I swear he was something from this Korean drama I had seen called you’re beautiful. Basically you’re beautiful was about this girl who posed as her twin brother so she could sing in a band. This ….boy….looked liked a girl to me, and sounded like one too. It was soo strange to me. If it was a girl I wouldn’t have been to surprised but if that really was a boy then—woah. The second highlight was the creepy old
guy who wouldn’t leave us alone, and the third highlight was the taxi ride back—this was actually funny because we were able to get a taxi back to campus but the cab dropped us off on the OPPOSITE side of the campus!! So needless to say navigating our way at 4am on an abandoned campus after clubbing, in a country we don’t speak the language was very—interesting to say the least. I mean hell, we couldn’t even read the signs or anything!
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