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Travel Blogs from Jiaozuo
... older people in Mao outfits. The only continuity I have noticed in the outfits of older people is that older men are very fond of wife beaters that they roll up to show off their stomachs in an attempt to stave off the heat and humidity.
Do dogs and cats roam the streets like they do in other countries?
There are dogs and cats on the street, but not very many. I've seen a few strays, but the majority are obviously pets.
Today we went to visit the Shaolin temple, home of Kung Fu with our new guide Vaquesh (who Hannah can't seem to grasp his name so insists on calling him Chica, Kesha, sheeki sheeks or my favourite...Vaquiche) In the gardens of the temple there are grounds where a number of schools practise Kung fu which we sat and watched for a while. We then took a hike up the mountain to Dharma cave where a monk spent 9 years meditating and Kung fu was created! We ...
Today we left the farm after having breakfast (which was exactly the same as lunch and dinner at the farm but they added some boiled eggs! We are sick of cold green beans, pumpkin, egg and tomato and potato noodles which seem to be part of every meal at the minute!!) It was then a 6 hour bus ride to our next stop in ...
Last weekend, to conclude our week with the CTC teachers, we took a day trip to an ancient village called Qinyang. This village was built in 1378 during the Ming Dynasty time period. It took us about an hour to get there by bus - of course, that hour went by quickly because, per usual, the scenery was remarkable. Once we arrived, we hopped off the bus to meet up with all of the other staff, volunteers and teachers of Guizhou to head into the village as a group. The ...
... and the others went to the village for a little shopping. The road wound up the hill along the edge of the cliff. There were a few more hotels and then an area that they called "four families area". Here, there were a few old houses but I noticed they were quite nice inside but they have kept the original facade.
Alongside the road it became shaded by big trees and quite thick vegetation. The air became very refreshing and clean. It was lovely to ...
- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility