Day 6: A Visit to the Windmill

Today, for our WIPPIS time, after our Inquiry work, some of us went to the windmill and some of us went to the tie-dye factory. In my case, I went to the windmill, because I wanted to watch the view from the hill and the beautiful lines of the windmills. It was really sunny and all of us were steaming and sweating inside the bus. The road going up to watch the windmills was very bumpy and full of rocks. When we opened the window of the bus, the strong wind came in, and everybody silently enjoyed the coolness. 
When we went up to the windmill, we were able to look at it from right under the windmill. The windmill was huge. Really huge. All of our hairs were flying in the wind. We all sat on the rocks and had some still time. We took pictures for  each other, and the whole mountains and the Erhai Villages. It was amazing how the windmills were turning constantly and so smooth. I wish we could go to the windmills next time, but it seems it is too far, I was still happy with all the pictures I took during the outing.



풍차 밑에가니 진짜크고 신기하지? 어려서 유럽 여행중에 풍차 보면 좋아하던 네가 생각난다.
벌써 1주일이 되어가네. 주말이니 친구들과 여유있게 즐거운 시간 보내길 바래. 얼마나 생각도 키도 커서올지 기대가되네.엄마아빠 모두 너위해 매일 기도하고있다.

I'm a 14 years old Korean Boy new to SAS this year! I have never been on a camp to learn and experience new things for one month. I'm really looking ahead for all the people of Xizhou and the culture of the village. I hope this will be a meaningful experience, and help me learn and think more about the world.