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... however Hangzhou is different because of it's amount of baths and bridges. What also sets Hangzhou apart are it's ten markets, as many other cities only have one. My day started walking through the city and visiting the Grand Canal where I saw dozens of boats and ships carrying goods most likely from all over the world. Then my curiosity got the best of me, and I went to one of the ten markets to see some ...
... to shame) (4 Seasons). Unfortunately, we will not be staying here for long, which is why I can't get to see even more sights here. On the bright side, I tried the You Dong Er, a scrumptious crispy turnip snack(Go To Hz). You would think that turnips back then would have tasted terrible, but it smelled like KFC! Anyway, I have to get back to the ship. We have upgraded the small ship and are sailing on a junk all the way to India!
... zooming out to see how big it was and said “Wow! Oh my gosh! Wow!!! It just keeps going! It is ENORMOUS!” and finally I stopped when I saw Australia and realized I was looking at the ocean... Awkward....I don’t think I will ever live it down.
We bought some delicious bubble tea on our walk. We can’t ever get exactly what we want. Sadie ended up with weird coconut chunks in hers, and Lisa and I had a weird flavor but it ...
A much needed update!
Exactly one year ago today, Rob and I left our house in
Colorado to begin our road trip, then our time in Taiwan and finally over to
China last September. It has already
been one entire year since leaving my last job in the States. As detailed in my previous entries, I've
visited six countries in all in the past year which has created incredible
memories and I hope to keep ...
... to was fairly large considering what was the norm in China, and we were greeted by various members of the president's family. We also had another American with us that day named Chris. Chris is half Chinese and grew up in both countries as a home-schooled child. For one year he would live in America, and the next he would live in China, and so on up until college brought him back to China with a job as an English tutor. He speaks both languages fluently, ...