Splendid Great Wall Hotel
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... or master came to teach us how to do it and she even held my hands at one point to help me fold it correctly. It was really messy but a great laugh and then we all hung out playing cards and chatting until they had been steamed and were ready to eat. They can be eaten with a little sugar or on their own and are very tasty but very filling and maybe a little sickly after two! Zhongs are the traditional food which are eaten during the dragon boat festival. I also ...
... It consisted of noodles and lettuce fried and placed in a round freshly fried rice bread. Then kebab meat or in my case a fried egg was added and the whole thing rolled burrito-style. It was very tasty and filling the growing hole in my stomach well without being too greasy at first. It was large though and as I went on it became more greasy and I felt a bit unwell but thought I was just over full. I finished it though as I decided that I hadn't eaten enough today and would be ...
... there from 2pm and they didn't appear until 4! Anyway, we got the bus which was comfortable and after about 20 minutes very quiet as we all fell asleep. The journey took about 4 hours with a short toilet (back to the squatting, I thought "right, here we go again!") and food break and the NUAA students were very friendly and helpful. We arrived at the campus where it turns out we are staying at an onsite hotel rather than in student dorms which I was a little disappointed by. ...
... are not looking where they are going!. We then went to a
lovely Indian Restaurant, Ganesh, which we had heard about which sits
just next to the City Wall, and had a lovely Indian meal.
we spent the morning packing!!! And then went out to find a temple
which I had seen advertised. We walked down a street which was full of
lovely coffee and craft shops and stopped to ask directions. We
suddenly found ourselves in ...
Today we had another day of exploring with the Shephards. After Lochie's footy (soccer) practice and lunch, we picked up Caroline, Lucas and Oliver and headed to Zheng He’s Treasure Shipyard. A Chinese treasure ship was a type of large wooden ship in the fleet of admiral Zheng He, who led 7 voyages during the early 15th century. Through the grounds we explored gardens, statues, waterways, a replica ship (HUGE!) and a working temple. As you can ...