We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open - Jawaharlal Nehru
One defining characteristic of any adventure is its tendency to deviate from course. Tonight is our last night in China; due to personal reasons, our stay has been snipped short. But, rest assured, it has been an adventure we wouldn’t think of rewriting.
Below are photos from our last days in southern China.
Our Zhuhai apartment complex.
Jake requested a photo with this specific tree.
As usual, a bright day in Zhuhai.
Many buildings in Zhuhai were being renovated.
The area we lived in was quite empty compared to the rest of Zhuhai.
On the way to our favorite noodle shop.
According to our friend, this building was part of a graveyard.
Since our converter is so heavy, it often slides out of the wall...Jake attempted to fix that problem.
In Chinese hotels, you insert your keycard into the wall for electricity. Are there any hotels in America like this?
At our favorite dumpling restaurant.
According to the visual instructions on this compressed towel, one must insert it into water before using it...does this make sense?
Take note of #2 (in the hotel elevator).
Light traffic in Guangzhou.
I wish American hotels included tea sets.
The drink I shall miss most: naicha (milk tea).
From the textbook the school asked us to use.
We plan on continuing this blog from the States with whatever adventures we encounter there. Keep checking back, and we'll keep posting.
"Sometimes I see myself as a child in a rain storm, running around trying to catch all the drops in his mouth. I long for your adventures to be like the raindrops the child saves and not those which crash to the ground" - unknown.