Six students from the University of Pittsburgh Honors College trek across Mongolia in search of illumination, perspective, and the perfect cup of Yak-milk tea.

Monday, July 18, 2005

And then there were 5

So this is my farewell post. I am writing from the Beijing airport since I found a place that will give you unlimited internet, free drinks and watch your luggage all for $7. It seems slightly expensive but the service is definitely worth it. It is lenovo and I recommend that everyone else take advantage of it during long layovers here.
I am very sad to be going home but I hope that leaving Mongolia on such a good note will provide more motivation for me to return sometime soon. The trip was definitely made better by all of the people on it and even better by all of the people we met along the way. Anyone who knows me know I am a people person so living with the same people for so long was not a problem for me. I hope that no one minded putting up with me for so long and if you did then at least I left sooner rather than later. I don't really know what to say for this so I just want to thank everyone for making this an awesome trip and I'll see everyone back in the US at some point.

This is Sarah Strano signing off. (I'm praciticing for being an astronaut)