Travel Blogs from Shijiazhuang
... spans the two sides.
To get to the bridge, and the path that hugs the wall on one side of the cliff walls, one must walk up a dizzying number of steps painstakingly build between the cut. I regret not having the presence of mind to count the steps, but I would guess at about 800 or so. It is a long climb up with many breaks to turn back and peer down into the thickly forested valley floor. These observational breaks ...
... good with English had a great one about a flame from a fire on wood but he the water cooler broke in class so he spent so much time fixing that that I wasn't able to get a copy of it.
4th grade learned the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Which they happen to already know in Chinese so we were able to go through the whole story with ...
... book in a city of China.
There's a cherry on the frosting on a cake on a plate on a tablecloth on a table on a rug on the floor in a house in the Shijiazhuang of China.
Overall I'd have to say they were pretty good and funny to hear. Some of the kids got it, the fact that it needed to go from small to bigger and some not so much, I did have one ...
So I decided to teach my kids the Hole in the bottom of the sea song. Which is one of those songs that builds up with each verse until it gets to this really long tongue twister that you are supposed to say really fast. In the last verse it becomes:
"There's a speck on the eye, on the flea, on the fly, on the wart, on the frog, on the bump, on the log, in the hole, in the bottom of the sea"
And if you have never heard this thing sung ...
So I tried to get the kids this week to tell me about different sports they liked and why but the lesson didn't go over the greatest. They were able to do it but for some reason it just dragged out really long. But I was given more bracelets, this time some beaded ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services