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We left sunny Shanghai and travelled along the freeway for a few hours to reach the ancient historical capital of Hangzhou, one of 8 capitals in China's history and the home of our sister school, No14 Hangzhou Middle School.
We arrived and were invited to join the senior students celebrate International Day in the school Gym. The students ...
... Buddhist monks in the hilltop temples are believed to have been among the earliest tea farmers, and throughout history, visiting philosophers, artists and emperors have found inspiration and solace while drinking cups of this herbal infusion.
We arrived in scenic Hangzhou with its fresh, clean air on a beautiful, sunny, day after a short high speed train ride. An additional 30 minutes on a bus and we strolled into the YangMeiLing tea village where we were greeted ...
Happy New Year Everyone!
It is high time that we contribute to our travel blog and prove that we are still alive and kickin' here in Shanghai!
We had a break from Asia for about 5 weeks as we headed home to NH for the holidays. We were able to spend some time with our boys, our friends and spent a quick weekend in Hamilton with our families. It was so wonderful to see everyone again.
We were back in Shanghai January 10th and have been busy ever ...
Barely took any photos in Hangzhou as it ****** it down most of the time we were there but here are a few. Hangzhou isn't much of a wintery place really as most of the activities are based around the lake. We attempted to walk around it on my birthday but got soaked through so went to a silk museum instead. I told you it was three wet and wild girls let loose in China...We made up for the ****** weather by going for some real nice food at a restaurant called Grean Tea restaurant though. ...
... a bike on the busy streets of China...Terrified would be an understatement of how I felt as I mounted my twisted metal death machine... I approached the contraption with extreme caution, feeling it might lash out and take my leg off at the slightest provocation...wait, it was a bike, not a crocodile...eh, pretty much the same thing in my eyes.
Several near death experiences later, including a movie-esque moment where I almost ran into a door opened by an unwitting ...