I think it is time to finally show the surrounding area around my dormitory. The campus is very peaceful with lot’s of trees and dining halls. There are lots of playgrounds, too. In only 4 minutes, you can get to a bank, a post office, a bookstore and a big supermarket, so pretty much all the necessities are close.
This is the road where my dormitory is.
This is the road where most of the playgrounds are.
That building there is my dormitory. I live in building №20, buildings №19 & 21 can be seen in the photo, too.
This is the smaller basketball field, which is open for everyone, anytime.
On the right there is another basketball field and then a few tennis cords, and on the left is the same. I believe these ones get locked at 23:00 PM.
The field is usually full with people, but since it’s the National Holiday this week, there aren’t many people around.
That white building is where I study Chinese. It is the form of the letter “C” so that is why everyone calls it that way. It usually takes me around 4 minutes to get there from my dormitory.
Those buildings that can be seen are the dormitories for the Chinese students. And of course, this is the football playground. I believe this is the smallest playground from all football ones.
The International Students dormitories.
This is the road from which I get to the “C” building every morning.
Lot’s of bicycles… as always. Sometimes it get’s a bit annoying because on a busy day, when most students’ classes are over, it’s a bit of a challenge to be walking, because the pavement (which is usually for walking) is full of bicycles, so there isn’t any space there => you have to walk on the street and hope you’re not going to get smashed by someone.