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... Just a load of trees. Following a quick walk in and out of the forest we set off down the path that takes you past a host of lakes and water falls. This was nowhere near as busy as the path at Huanglong and at occasions the path was our own, only busying up at the main lakes lakes or waterfalls that people were hopping on and off the bus at.
The lakes really are stunning. The water is bright blue but transparent enough you can see the bottom at even the very ...
... No written artifacts found, two sacrificial sites excavated, and of a highly advanced, high technology, likely communication with other cultures i.e. Mayan, Egyptian, even Haida similarities. No tools have been found..how did this civilization cut the jade? Qanghan is on fault line , last earthquake occurred in 2008. Major manufacturing is done here-heavy machinery I.e. drilling rigs (small industrial city). 2 crops grown ...
... girls only), blush, powder, lipgloss/lipstick, and sometimes little bejewels, powder, or glitter. *?Hair? Woow! You had to be so optimistic and just let them do anything they wanted! Everything done to you is a constant and pleasing surprise... With my first hair style they added flowers, mini green apples, strawberries, and veils to my hair to make it big and blooming! In general they use/d... Gel, hair spray, accessories, ...
... Each Monday to Thursday I’d work between 6:30-8:30pm – after already working 8am-5pm at school. So I’d only have an hour or so to get home, change and ride my bike to the house. After a few weeks of this I was pretty tired. The family had no English at all which made things a little complicated – especially as sometimes it was just the Nanny, Beibei and I. The Nanny spoke in a thick accent which sometimes I couldn’t understand – so when a ...
First visit today was to cliff carvings done by local farmers 2000 or so years ago. They were completed over many years and the sheer scale and extent of them is impressive. Our guide explained a bit about the Buddhist interpretations of them. If we'd been there ourselves we wouldn’t have understood anything of that.
After lunch we had a four hour drive to Chengdu. The sun came out and we had a good run, ...