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Trips like this one to China can do one of two things to a group of students; it can build on previous friendships making them stronger through a common experience; and it can create new friendships that were not a part of previous day to day relationships. The staff on this trip have observed our young men being thoughtful, considerate and genuine in their relationships with each other. Don't miss understand ...
... to Shijiazhuang, then another to the train station, which is new and not on my map. The next train to Jiaozuo was at 1:30 a.m. I reluctantly took it, even though there were no seats.
I found a little alley to eat weird things in, and then a bunch of people tried to talk tome as I wrote and tried to kill time by drinking a lot of beer and eating a lot of duck blood by accident.
... made it. We ordered some street soup, the kind with the bread in it like in Xi'an, and some barbecued bread on top of that. Gluten-tastic.
Laura surprisingly couldn't communicate vegetarian to them so she finally had to bring her own food from the small marked behind the street. Our soup was mostly vegetarian so she had some of that as well.
The we went back to the hotel and I fell quickly asleep AFTER doing a mini facial first, of course.
We had a four day weekend because of my school's sports day on Thursday and Friday. So, I asked my couchsurfers Madelleine and Laura if I could follow them for a while. They were headed to Zhengding, a small suburb of Shijiazhuang, which has a larger number of pagodas and temples than most places do.
I took the bus on Thursday morning and headed to Shijiazhuang. It was completely empty, that's why I love the bus. About two hours into the ...
... 309 kilometres per hour, one glides into Hebei’s capitol city, Shijiazhuang. From there, a 1 hour bus ride then a taxi to the Cangyan Mountain.
Cangyan Mountain is hard to describe. But it is basically a deep red stone gorge much like the grand Canyon. On one side of the canyon is a deep cut-back as though the canyon was split with an axe. Between the narrow axe cut in the wall, a delicate and elegantly detailed ...