Penultimate means the next to the last. It’s almost the end of our time here, and I’m not ready to think about that yet. I’m also not quite ready to go through all my photos for my posts, although I’ve been trying to stay on top of everything. I’ll give you a few sneak peeks.
At Repulse Bay, Hong Kong. Buddhists believe that if you walk across this bridge and back, you add three days to your life.
Students performing with the diabolo (Chinese yo-yo) in Taiwan. They taught me how to use one too!
Caryn and I picked the "hard" option for our hike up the Great Wall.
Sulphur!!! Just like we studied in our Rocks & Minerals unit! I wish I could have brought some back for you! It smelled sooooooo strongly. Do you remember what sulfur smells like?
Holding my dinner! Yes, it was eventually cooked.
I miss everyone, and I’m ready to head back to Seattle. You know who I miss? KITTIES!!!
I’m off to eat part of my dinner, I think, and then maybe venture out to the giant bookstore. See you soon!
Part of my dinner tonight (it's ham & cheese wrapped in a pastry). It cost 36 NT, or Taiwanese dollars, which is about 1 US dollar.