Well, I was all set to head back home when the goblins I have been traveling with all of this time suggested that we catch a quick flight and a boat to Pandaria. I’m always open for new and exciting places and I will have to say that this place hasn’t disappointed me yet, however, I know I have to head back to Silvermoon City very soon before I lose my job. Well, I doubt that I would lose my job but I’m sure it would be a long time before I got to take any more time off.
It is a very pretty place although the bushes are taller than they were in Feralas and the tigers want to do more than chew your face off. Everyone else seemed to be having a good time and I will admit that I can see why so many are smitten with the place too. I know that it was a good thing that I learned how to run fast when I was on Kezan.
I know that my sister Dooddah would have been extremely happy to have made the trip up here to Pandaria because she likes to explore and she likes to hunt. At least she could have kept the tigers off my butt for me. Of course, Zednick would have been happy sampling all of the brews that the Pandaren make too, he kind of likes to drink too much sometimes.
Our first night in Pandaria we did stay at a huge Inn in Dawn Blossom, I’ll admit that I didn’t’ mind sharing my bed with a couple of the other girls – those beds are huge and a girl could get really lost in them. Almost makes me wish I had one of these things in Silvermoon, however, they might have to enlarge the room a bit. Of course, we girls had our giggle times before we fell asleep because some of the fellows we are traveling with are really kind of thick headed – they just don’t understand the word “no” sometimes. No, we don’t want to sleep with and No, we don’t want to listen to your jokes one more time just to polite. I know that I am getting tired of the same jokes night after night although the guys seem to think they are new and exciting. Men, can’t live with them, can’t live without them.
I have never seen such a place in my life – it’s beautiful, dangerous, new and exciting. Oh, fishing, Uncle Zednick would think that he had died and gone to heaven because there seems to be a lot of fish here – big fish, bigger than me. I can imagine that we could eat for a week on one of these fish, leftovers ain’t’ bad and I don’t like to cook all of the time either.
While we were in Dawn’s Blossom, my traveling companions were all excited about going to the Valley of Four Winds. Seems they had heard that there was a big brewery there and the fellows really wanted to try out this new brew. I swear, if they couldn’t walk, they’d figure out a way to crawl to get the next mug of beer.
So, nothing would do that we would travel on to Halfhill. I already knew a little something about the settlement in the Valley of Four Winds because I pay the bills for the Boss and while the bills aren’t unusually high, I sure wouldn’t mind making what that Jogu makes from Dawnglory’s account either. Good Heavens! One would think that the fellow is worth more than his weight in gold unless he’s a really big Pandaren.
When we got to the Valley of Four Winds, I was astounded at the view and the long trek that we still had to go to get to our destination, however, we took off at a good clip, got attacked by these giant rabbit looking things a few times – the little ones were worse because they traveled in packs. I know that most people wouldn’t pay that much attention to them and would call them ankle biters, however, with my height, they were more like shoulder biters. Ugly little things.
Little did I know that it was going to take us most of the and half the night to make it to Halfhill. We decided to bunk at the Inn although it was real crowded and very noisy. I will have to admit that it doesn’t matter the time of day or night, these Pandaren are drinking and having a good time. I know they work hard too. The real shocker in Halfhill was the size of the vegetables – turnips a big as me. Well, I think that I am going to stay here a few days and then head back to Silvermoon.