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Stopping to take in the serentity - Dan's Blog from China

My day started off the morning with a nutritious Chinese style breakfast, which tickled my tastebuds. After my tasty treat, I went kayaking and paddled across the lake surrounding turtle hill. I stopped on several occasions, just to take in the serenity. It was an amazing experience; not just for me, but for all. After lunch, I embarked on a life changing experience. We went on a cultural bike ride to visit a nearby local Chinese village where I was immersed in the cultural surroundings; the farming, the children, the views, the crops and more. The vibe in our community is friendly. We have all really bonded really well in the past week.
Thank you.

Dan O’D


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