Apple Business Hotel Dezhou Railway Station
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4:00am starts make for tough days. We all eventually arrived in Dezhou after being split into two groups, taking 2 flights and 2 busses to our next hotel. The flight was only an hour and the coach just under 2 but by the time we had checked in to the hotel and headed down for lunch we had already been up for 10 hours. There isn't really anything (shopping wise) close to the hotel and the hotel restaurant is certainly the only eatery. ...
... Beijing for our final 3 days in the camp. The train ride was only 1 and half hours and flew by. We were seated together and could barely fit all of our luggage on the train. Imagine 50 kids with full suitcases trying to put the luggage in the storage area on the train.
We arrived at the train station and I went to McDonald's to buy fries for the group. Of course they started to leave while ...
... man and hiked our way over a rocky and uneven path to the "accessible" part of the Wall. After a short but steep walk, we climbed over some collapsed metal steps - the new way to access the watch tower was by a ladder propped up against a window. Great. However, despite all of these things, we were still having the best day of our trip so far because we had only seen about 5 other people!
I had to stop writing this entry ...
The Wifi has been hit and miss the last couple of days and it has been difficult to upload pictures or write on the blog. However, I will try again tomorrow. By the way, unless you have a VPN before coming to China, you will not be able to access Facebook, Twitter, Google, and many other sites. My friend from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma who has lived in Shanghai for the past 10 years says that the internet connections ...
... the meal. I was served coke and you cannot take a drink unless somebody cheers you, or vice versa. The father and uncle were very respectful, they would not smoke or drink while I was in their home since I do not indulge. The Chinese will always try to give you "face" (respect) and you should give face back as much as possible. However, the Chinese are so gracious that it is almost embarrassing how much they kowtow (bow ...