Today the Hanyang Fellowship students went to Carribean Bay, Asia's biggest water park and is rated in the top 5 in the world ;) It was huge! Everyone had a ton of fun and luckily the rain held off for the day as well. My favorite ride was the Aqua Loop; you get locked into a capsule at the top of the slide and on the count of 3-2-1, the floor drops out from underneath you sending you straight down and up and around a loop down into the pool! When TJ Tucker went into the capsule, it counted down 3...2...1... and nothing happened! lol So he had to wait for the next turn...talk about stressful!
They had tons of indoor and outdoor waterslides, pools, waterfalls, saunas, restaurants and places to relax or get a beauty treatment. I spent the majority of my time running from waterslide to waterslide with friends, trying to fit them all in during the time we had at the park. I had a lot of fun, it was cool to hang out with students in an environment outside of the classroom. These opportunities give us time to interact with and appreciate other cultures and to learn about the world from a first person point of view. It is also interesting to hear outside perspectives of America from students around the world.
The Capsules we were locked into before dropping down through the loop :)
View from the top of water park :)
After we got back from the water park, Jacob, Brent, and I went to a stir fry restaurant; we got these apron-like attire to wear during our meal too. I have yet to eat anything I really don't like! I actually love the food here...and most of us share this feeling :)