Blue Horizon International Hotel Linyi
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Today we spent the whole day in Qufu, a town about 1 1/2 hours away from Tai'an. This is the home town of Confucius, the namesake of the program we are participating in this trip.
We saw some countryside as the bus took us to Qu'fu. There temple has had many different changes over the years but they have a foundation of over 2500 years. They have added new arches and walkways but the ...
... I am now. As each day passes, I am reminded about why I ended up here, why I find myself in China. In a country that so eagerly resists the influences of the western world, the opportunity to experience culture, a being that bears the reality of globalization and stays true to itself, is reason enough to stay. Side streets and alleyways do not carry the same connotation they do back home; wandering down a nearby lane can make for a ...
... in their classroom which means it's not only a chance to learn English but to share cultures. Classes with them are always a treat!
Chances to diversify my palate are abundant. With a wide array of food choices here in China, I do away with my western palate and dive head first into the oddities (to western tastes) that seem to come from every direction. Chicken feet aren't my favourite, but the same animal's kidneys aren't so bad. ...
... people not spoken to, too many rocks unturned.
I have been fortunate enough to grow my knowledge immensely over the past two months, yet I
have only skimmed the surface of what I am looking for. Knowledge is a powerful force and age is no reason to stop looking for it. The young are not our future, we all are. Leave routine and look for life’s real experiences. Life’s real knowledge. Life is, in fact, an adventure.
... still two empty seats on the bus. Not wanting to lose money the bus driver waited for more people. Since there was no other bus to Weifang we couldn't do much but complain. After 15 minutes one person came, but that still wasn't enough. Finally around 7:15 a family of four arrived. One would think they wouldn't fit on the bus, but the Chinese have these nifty little stools that people bring with them everywhere. The bus driver pulled some out and the family sat on those stools in ...