Friday, January 13, 2012

Travel Plans

First semester is over, grades are in, the die is cast. Now it is time for a few weeks of rest and relaxation before we plunge back into the maelstrom of educating the Chinese.

Tomorrow I depart for Yunan province with my friend and co-worker, Walter. We're flying from Wuhan to Kunming and from there basically wandering around the province however the fuck we feel like for a couple of weeks before either flying or getting a train back.

Now not that it will make much difference given the track record of this blog, but it is highly possible that I will not have internet access for the duration of this trip. This means no blog updates. I'm currently in the middle of a somewhat long-term project over at Words of the Drewcifer. I've done 8 of the proposed 100 themes so far. It should give you something to read for 3 to 7 minutes, depending on how fast you read. I'll be taking the list of themes with me on the road and hopefully doing a little work on them here and there while I am travelling. I'll post whatever I've gotten done when I get back.

For those of you who are relatives of mine and read this blog and worry about me (which, let's be honest, is probably most of you), I will make sure to post an update when I get back so that you know I have returned to Wuhan safely and can once again be contacted through the internet.

That's all for now. I leave in the morning, so if I think of anything between now and then, I'll update this post, I guess? Barring that, see you in February.

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