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This morning we leave Chang De at 8 am. It is very cloudy, the road is wet, and the traffic is heavy. We drive 400 km towards Tong Shan where we take late lunch at almost 3 pm. Tong San is famous for its stalactites and stalagmites water cave that is 5 km long. ...
... and then a man crawled across the
tightrope. Well…he crawled smoothly…kind of like a glide and did all kinds of
acrobatics along the way. The Chinese audience was absolutely thrilled with
this. It is still the simple things in life that make them smile. They are not
into all the high tech stuff and all the add ins we need in order to get a
response. Me…I was happy to have an ice pop todayJ
So, the day ended and we were off ...
... too:) the train ride was lovely in a Chinese sort of way, we observed through the windows the poorer Chinese workers in the rice pads, so National Geographic and yet it goes to a way higher level in person, as is the understatement of NG. Their photographs speak to the heart but in person it gets right into the soul. Family members...picture ANY excursion that we have undertaken, add it a language barrier and a foreign country and VOILA! It was just the ...
... fat. Right after he got done eating he plopped right back down in front of the computer. This got his parents chirping right behind him telling him how fat he is and that he needs to move. My entire family proceeded to shoo him out the door to go walk a few laps around the house. It sounds mean, but that's just the culture here, and as an outside spectator, it truly was entertaining and funny to watch.
Also, just another quick ...
... to. It's an experience to say the least.
The first day we were here it was 70's and sunny so naturally we seized this opportunity and went for a hike. Though a lot of the water was dried up, there was still enough left to create a tumbling waterfall. I can't even put into words how beautiful the mountains are, and pictures definitely don't do it justice. To be such a small being in the midst of such majestic mountains in indescribable. The ...