Mohamed joined us for a jaunt to the Guangzhou museum of art, which he complained about because there weren't any "old artifacts". Yeah dude, it's an art gallery that's why.
The building was huge but most of the rooms were closed, so it didn't take too long to see the whole thing.
After the museum, we went our separate ways. I wanted to see some temples, Mohamed had a party to go to and Melody just wanted to go home.
The temples were peaceful and nice, originally built in the fifth century. From there, I went to the mosque, which was the first one built in China, but they wouldn't let me in because I had shorts on. So, I went to the cathedral, which had the same rules, but they handed me a skirt, which felt really grody, so I just handed it right back and left, a little disappointed. I really don't believe that god cares whether I'm covering my knees or not in a place of worship. From this I gather that buddha is more compassionate than the god of the jews. Just more reasons to be an atheist, blah.
Melody's mom made us some awesome mushrooms for dinner, which were gathered from the side of a mountain and very nutritious, she said.
I went to bed really early so I could wake up at 5:30 and catch my bus home.