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Today we visited an area that I had only seen on Pinterest! It was amazing. Temples, walkways and shrines, as well as hotels all clinging to the sides of the mountains...we climbed up and down numerous stairs leading to very decorative temples. It certainly gave our hearts a workout...we did about 16,000 steps today... That was before it started to rain! Well we were actually back in town ...
... that english incredulation and non-acceptance at jumping out of the girl ;-)
Thankfully we had an uneventful train journey although I know we went through some mountainous regions by the breaking of the train. Thankfully this time i managed NOT to lose my jeans during the night like my last train journey where we had to play hunt the pants. Don't ask me how but they had jumped off my bunk and ended neatly being placed on the opposite and lower ...
Day Six (November 1st) (Friday)
At four am, I opened my eyes because I heard rain drops. They were pouring down loudly with the strength of a lion. I closed my eyes and did not wake up until a couple hours later.
I walked down stair to eat breakfast. It was raining out heavily. My mind wanted to go back to Beijing at that moment since clearly we were not be able to do the original hike.
First thing ...
... with the kids in their classrooms. In my classroom, we sang songs and danced with the kids. They were adorable.
Then, we went to the up stair of the school There was an exhibit to celebrate the village's success for finally building a road to connect to the outside world. We met the man behind planning for it. He was responsible for providing the engineering aspect needed for the project.
... temple we could squeeze in before leaving.
I should never joke about that around art history students.
It just so happened that there was a Daoist temple just a few blocks down the street, and everyone heading back on the Beijing train decided to go. Najung and I were not interested in being separated from the group, so we followed along and walked through the temple museum for about ...