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... 8217;t stop giggling, so it was nice. At one point we were woken by some of the train staff who were telling us off for having a knife on the train. It was an ordinary table knife which Bekah had been using to spread peanut butter onto her bread, but it was confiscated. We woke up surrounded by four members of staff waving the knife at us and talking in Chinese, but we didn’t really understand what was going on. We just tried to explain that it was for the bread – ...
... honest was way higher then any of us kids. We all heard your cooking was phenomenal, but have yet to try it. So, we think it would be a good idea if you cooked Chinese food for all twenty- seven kids when we get home. Also great job climbing up and down Hua Mountain!
Mr. Palmer: Thanks so much Mr. Palmer, you had great discussions with each individual in this group, and as a big group we talked about the college ...
... road. Seriously, don't mess with the xian buses. On the plus side, the buses only cost 1 RMB (13ish cents) for the journey.
Xian is a city divided into rings, like many chinese cities. The inner ring is encapsulated by the old wall and has all the best shopping, hotels and parts of the city.
The city walls are bikable, but extremely bumpy and for the rest of the trip standing up from sitting was slightly painful. Also, the walls are ...
... but they don’t really need us to help here (again, my judgment), and it isn’t appreciated the same way as when I taught in very remote villages in tiny stone hut like rooms in the
countryside of Ayacucho, Peru or Dharamsala, India. In both places they had nothing… one or two jjigsaw puzzles perhaps, one or two books, a few pieces of chalk and maybe a
blackboard… when I volunteered there, the kids were in awe and ...
... Chinese tourists didn’t mind to go inside the mandatory restaurant and start ordering food. While the restaurant team tried their best to convince us to stay, we off course, left. Harharhar!
The difficult way is a 6km hike alongside a river, of which the approx. last 2 km of it is getting quite steep to almost vertical in parts. But at least on this route it is all stairs. The climb gets us to 1614,7 meters in a sweating and heart pounding 3,5 hours. With ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed