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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... are spending their summer, time that they could be spending on vacation with their family, to ensure the success and safety of this trip. I also want to say thank you to the many teachers that were with us this past week. The main point of this trip was to learn. I feel that not a single teacher did any less than their best, so that we could get the most out of the ...
On our way to Guilin, a cracking time was enjoyed in Huihua bus station between the hours of 09:30 and 16:30 while we starred at a grey wall and listened to the an announcment in chinese every 15 seconds that all luggage must be scanned by the metal detector. Unfortunately there is no evidence of this moment because ...
... I've spoken to the Chief of Police and he says if I catch one of them then I can give them a good hiding, maybe cut their hands off, just as long as I don't kill them' he says. 'That seems fair enough' I say as I catch a look from Karen. 'It's the Wild West out here'. We enjoy two more superb days in the Wild West of China including an enjoyable hike up Moon Hill (a mountain with a moon shaped hole in it) and the terrific Impression Sanjie ...
... dancing at times,
cross dressing, motorcycles, live as well as lip sung music, sex scenes, lasers,
and nude colored costumes. The Chinese were very interesting audience members
as well. People came pouring in as late as half through the show, people
screamed and shouted during different scenes, but then everyone left and the
lights came on while people were still singing. All in all, it was an
incredible show, but so very different to anything we ...
... my allergy before we went, but they were fun to make and Ian informs me that they were very tasty.
One boy Taxwin (very proud because he'd created his own English name and
you won't find it in the dictionary...) was particularly vocal. He was a
little too clever, he kept asking us questions about inventors, writers
and wars which we knew nothing about. I think he might have been a bit
disappointed in our knowledge of our own country. Maybe we should know ...