Friday, July 16, 2010

Goodbye Taiwan :(

Hey everyone!

I'm so sorry...this post is WAY long overdue. I've been super, super busy these past three weeks in Shanghai. I've never done so much Chinese homework in my entire life....

Anyways here are pictures from my last two days in Taiwan! 

The very last day at school....I pretty much let the kids take pictures themselves. So here's what I found on my camera...

THURSDAY: Last Day of School

4th grade gym class

watching videos on my camera

looking at pictures


4th grade class in the principal's office

silly kids :)

after school some of the kids were doing their homework so they could play later in the evening

some of the girls stayed with me to take some pictures!


friends forever

so adorable!

I miss all these kids so much! Everyone should be on summer break now and relaxing :) I hope I see everyone next time I go back to visit!

FRIDAY: Leaving Nantou County

Principal Ma and Principal Hong treated me to a hot pot lunch! It was really good :)


everyone at lunch

 Nivu's face HAHA

Vox Nativa Family

Vox Nativa Family + Me :)

I had the most incredible month in June, and I owe it all to Principal Ma, Principal Hong, Ali, Nivu, Akuan, Vox Nativa.....and just about everyone I met on this trip. It truly was an experience I will never forget. I learned a lot about myself, a lot about Vox Nativa, a lot about the Bunun people....the most amazing experience of my life! I miss everyone so much. Next time I'm in Taiwan...I'm definitely visiting!

waiting at Taiwan's high speed railway train station

goodbye Nantou County!

Saturday: Last day in Taiwan

the cards Nivu and Ali made me! I displayed them in my dorm room!

last lunch with family in Taiwan

yummy Japanese food lunch!

Jennifer and I got our hair done later that night...we spent 5 hours in the salon highlighting, perming, and cutting our hair...


So what am I up to now? Well I've lept from one amazing adventure to another....for the last three weeks I've been enjoying every moment of my time in Shanghai. It's an insane amount of Chinese work I am doing...but I've met some really amazing people on my study abroad trip already. 

Seriously....thank you for reading my blog everyone! I've had a lot of fun this summer, and I'm glad I got to share a little bit of my experience with everyone. 
Sa vì

p.s. Maybe it's time to start another blog for Shanghai?

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