Travel Blogs from Tongzhou
... weekend came to a close. The combination of a slightly more relaxed weekend schedule, with a sprinkle of a little more 'free time', mixed with some earlier nights was proving beneficial. And although the girls were still contemplating what the next 2 1/2 weeks of their adventures would bring, the mums back home were gleefully crossing another day off their calendars....who says they are counting the days, and that they miss their girls....pfftt! :))
... everywhere with me!
So, if you would be so kind, tell your friends, your family and even you distant relatives about this channel as my goal is just to show the world what it's like over here.
My main message for this post is just a massive thank you and to spread the love around to everyone that you think will listen!!!!
Thank you so much!
Up early for 7am breakfast followed a brisk 5 minute walk to school, in 2lines and trying to keep up with the pace set by Mrs. Davies. The students were already in class as we met our new friends and headed off for a morning of normal classes. The ...
... the heavy fog that an hour trip could easily take over 2 hours.
The Chang Jiang is considered the most important river in China's history, culture and economy, generating nearly 20% of GDP (gross domestic product). It's often more famously known because of it's more recent connection to the new Three Gorges Dam Project, the world's largest hydroelectric dam built. This dam recently completed construction in ...
... find a patch of the You Cai Hua in nearly any open ground available. There are patches along side roads, under bridge supports, under high line wires, along waterways, along the edge of homes, and just regular fields of them.
I could have easily eaten this plant many times and have never known it, but along the edge of the highways it brings beautiful yellow beauty to all those who travel.