This was a wonderful experience traveling in time. Next time I want to be transported to the Ming Dynasty. That would be a lot of fun. TTYL Bye Bye Butterfly!!!!
Today was the best day i have spent in the Qin Dynasty. I went to the Emperor's palace in Xianyang, to have tea with him. I was so nervous to meet this brilliant, cunning, awe inspiring man that I started to sweat. He opened the door and walked in with such poise and grace. I almost wanted to die, but i kept my composer and we had a lovely time chatting and drinking tea. I wish we could do that again.
Wow, just wow. Today I was going to travel to the Yangtze River to explore its magnificent scenery, when a guard stopped me and asked for my passport. I freaked out and asked him, "What passport? I'm just going to the river outside of town. The guard told me that the Emperor wants to know where everyone is at anytime. This is what I get for time traveling to a legalistic society. Everyone being controlled. WHEN CAN I LEAVE!!!
Wow! You would not belive how hard it is to farm here in China. Because there is no fertile soil, we farmers usually farm in Steppes. I cannot believe how many hours I work out here everyday. I work from dawn till dusk, only stopping for my tea and rice break. Who knew how hard living in this time actually is?
After I plunged into the swirling blue vortex, I awoke in a village along the banks of a river. I asked the nearest person where and when I was. He told me that I was in Xianyang and that it was 221 B.C. I was horrified, I was transported back in time with nothing but my portable, forever lasting WiFi router, and my forever lasting charged computer. Well with no way back I might as well stay here for a while. I wonder what adventures will lay ahead for me?