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... them! It was at least 25°C outside!
Then our hiking tour started. Our guide took us out on a tour with amazing views and thousand of stairs. In total that day we walked stairs up and down for about 5 hours so indeed there was a reason for the sour muscles the next day. ;-)
Our guide sometimes stopped, explained us a beautiful way to walk and just waited for us on the way back. We didn’t expect it but even she was exhausted by the stair climbing ...
... didn't want to get stuck on the mountain. Again, that was worth it. I got to see another completely gorgeous side of the mountain I hadn't been able to see before.This time everyone was really exhausted. And we still had to go to the waterfall. Boo. I was cranky. If it had been a little hike I would have been fine, but it was a fairly large one, especially considering all the walking we had done the day before. More than half the group didn't go up all the way. I half ...
... province…ok ok I wouldn’t have known either if I didn’t pull up the China map
that sits on my desktop like 5 times/day haha). So …
Good old Richard was texting to tell me the school had sent
me a final contract and if I wanted the position I could sign it and send it
back. Chinese people aren’t much for warming you up haha- they are real
“go-getters” for sure. So I had definitely been leaning towards this ...
... were too big to bring back/too expensive. We were able to watch the lady work on a piece and ask her some questions. She wanted Lavana and me to come learn how to embroider with her.
Our next stop was down the street at Shen Garden. It is a beautiful garden with lilies and a few bridges. Hanging all around the garden are chimes with love poems and notes written on them. People wrote these because the famous love story of Lu You took place here. ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...