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... Renee explained to me how I should be serving myself. Other than that it was a fabulous lunch but I am afraid my behavior might have offended Mr. Peng. We barely made a scratch in the food that we ordered so Mr. Peng shouted a few more words and the waitresses came running back to box everything up for him to take home. I noticed that the two dishes I touched with my chopsticks remained on the table. I guess my hopes of becoming an ...
... building styles in Chang'an. Right across the small wild goose pagoda was the Dajianfu Temple. I saw pilgrims entering the temple with scrolls of paper in their hands; they were probably carrying sacred Buddhist writings brought from India.
When I looked around and saw nothing familiar, I started to panic that I would be leaving late. I needed to find out the time. I went into a small store right next to the Dajianfu temple and asked for the time. A strange looking man ...
... to the school, Mr. Jack took Jamie, Kevin, and I to a hot pot dinner. Many of the Chinese teachers joined us. They ordered traditional Chinese foods for the table. There was pig feet, pig intestines, kelp, beef, chicken, lamb, soy, potato, cucumbers, and mushrooms. It was a true feast! After dinner we got to experience Chinese social life with the group. It was a wonderful night! ...
... Be it trekking, sightseeing, diving, climbing or any other activity that we'll partake in over the course of the year. Doing stuff is the most exciting part of travelling and I would guess it's why most people wish to travel. Obviously you can't be doing stuff all of the time but when stuff is done it's generally very pleasant.
Observing other cultures. We live in Britain and given our jobs (I'm a secondary maths ...
... to the present. It was an incredible voyage. We have hundreds of pictures of this alone, but they don’t make for a good travel blog, more of an art history class.
Our guide then took us into a room to teach us the art of calligraphy. We each followed her lessons and made each of the seven strokes that are the basic strokes for all Chinese characters. In the end, Katie won the "best" award for our group.