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Travel Blogs from Zhenjiang
... tells me to have her chair, when i really want to stand!
Because of the one child policy in china, people refer to their cousins as their brothers and sisters. So i met so many brothers and sisters! Including Alissa who was amazing! She spoke english and was so excited to meet me! She had so many questions about england and me it was a really fun morning just getting to talk and meet people and make dumplings! Hundreds and hundreds of dumplings. When dinner time came we had ...
We have noticed the amount of exposed electrical wiring in
the countryside as well as the cities and not a lot of evidence of the
underground wiring we are used to on the roads in NZ. Also on buildings under
repair and construction the fragile looking scaffolding that we did not think
would pass OSH here!
Arriving at Guilin again we went to another of the
inevitable 'show and sell', this time sea and fresh- water pearls, ...
... This is the great Buddha, this is the sacred horse etc. hmmm just some rocks really!
The highlight of the trip was when we were deep underground there was what can only be described as a pool of chocolate angel delight! This was actually a mud bath deep underground. We stripped off and got in. It was freezing!!! But after braving it and going in head first it was lovely and because the salt content was so high we could actually float on the top. It wasn't long ...
We have at last managed to defeat the Great Firewall of China, to bring you unadulterated access to our adventures!
We'll update it as often as we can, but we're already behind so bear with us...
In the meantime, read our ever hilarious posts and look at our pretty pictures- and like my entries more than Rob's. His will suck. :)
Love to you all, wherever you are xxxxx
... a man-made lake. Narrow in shape, the lake is like a tall and slender beauty in comparison with the West Lake in Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province, thus it got its name. 4.3 kilometers in total length with an area of over 30 hectares, Slender West Lake is surrounded by weeping willows and various attractions including White Pagoda, the Five Pavilion Bridge, Xiaojin Hill, Fuzhuang, 24 Bridge and many others.
Slender West Lake is a typical example of Chinese ...