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... McDonalds and more KFCs than I can count! It may not be the best place to immerse yourself in Chinese culture, but it's not a bad place to acclimatise to China!
Let's take Thursday as an example.
07:00 – First alarm goes off.
07:15 – Second alarm goes off.
07:30 – Time to leave the house alarm goes off.
07:35-07:40 - I actually leave the house and bike to work.
07:50 – I stop and pick ...
... After, we leaned a little about Chinese Calligraphy and practiced. We said good by to the students and taxied back to the hotel. Tonight was our middle session group dinner. We met at 4:44 and taxied to this restaurant that was by the water. We spent about an hour taking pictures of the skyline and each other. When it was time ...
... back on the bus and traveled to the Suzhou Design and City Planning Firm. Here we went through a short tour of the show space that featured a scale model of the city. We also watched a video and met for a lecture where we met some representatives from the company. Finding a fruit stand was next on the agenda. Once we found one we walked back to our hotel and planned to meet up again for dinner. For dinner, we walked to Suzhou version of our State Street. We found ...
... weird, but ok) and a bevy of vegetable dishes to enjoy, we spent time at the Humble Administrators Garden.
This Garden was built during the Ming Dynasty in 1509 and covers about 12 acres. The Garden has three sections the eastern, central, and western. The residences are outstanding and still appear as if it was 1509. The pure genius of the architecture is that each building is constructed to take advantage of the environment, the ...
So, my trip to Xinjiang and Gansu was my first attempt at truly travelling solo, and it was definitely a different experience to travelling with friends. I'm not suggesting it was a bad thing, simply different. Here are a couple of things that I learnt on my adventure:
1: Trust your instincts.
I'm fairly certain that travelling alone made me pay far more attention to my instincts. I'm not saying I would have ignored them in ...
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