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... existing landscape and life style and traditional crafts of the Tujia ethnic minority. After a bus ride around the mountain area we met our ferry to the tourist area.
Visually the area is magical with light mist, pristine jade green waters and beautiful natural landscape. In contrast the performers wore bright clothing as they entertained us with folk culture music and song. We slowly made our way around the pathway of the ...
... the school visit. The children sang and danced. Everyone was invited in to see the classroom and to interact with the children.
Carol had a foot massage at the spa in the afternoon ... very nice and relaxing!
Tomorrow we arrive in Wuhan and fly from there to Shanghai. We will be leaving the ship so tonight was dedicated to packing. ...
... English. When the performance was over the over300 children each picked up their chairs and bags, etc. and brought the chairs back to their desks in the classroom. We were invited to a classroom with 9 to 11 yr old boys and girls - they were gracious and friendly and very wonderful normal children- it is interesting that no matter the language or culture, normal children behave similarly throughout ...
Stayed by the side of a hotel last night - was very hot when we arrived - but gave me time to dry out the side locker, and also hang out my washing I have been trying to get dry the last few days. A swimming pool in the basement of the hotel - a children's swimming lesson going on when I went in. They very proudly announced that the water was heated but felt very cool after the heat of the day. ...
... of the kindergarten class. They were so incredibly cute that I will not write too much about them because Erin's pictures and my video will show you exactly what we had the privilege to experience. In addition to the kindergarteners, several other grades danced and performed to welcome us. After we enjoyed the shows, we have the privilege of visiting a group of students. As we approached the classroom with our guide, the children hurriedly came out and picked a ...