Travel Blogs from Zhengzhou
I finally have some time to sit and write. Thought I would try to catch this blog up as some of you keener readers have been asking about it!
This is all a long long time ago now, but there's some good photos so thought it's worth going back on the memories.
Last summer we spent 4 very intense weeks teaching in Zhengzhou which is in the Hennan province. (A bit more central)
We were pleased with the company because we managed to get them to pay ...
... from the station (surrounded by high rise apartment blocks in the still being built new city) to the hotel (siting on one of the tree lined avenues in the old city) we stopped at a re-built section of the old city walls. sadly we are not talking another Great Wall here, it is just a 10m high packed earth wall. Of more interest was the park next too it in which the old folk were practicing what I think was ti-chi with swords whilst over a fence some younger guys were cracking bull ...
... parts and make sure they form a good mixing plant. You can take a person who knows concrete batching plant well with you, let him verify the machine you want to buy, and then make a decision whether you want to pay it.
Some knowledge of how to choose the right concrete batching plant can save you from troubles. You will be able to select the concrete mixing machine according to your real demand in a short time. ...
... we went trought the check luggage and sat down in a wating room full of sleepy chinese and tibetans. There we spent two and half hours trying to ignore all the eyes on us and the bad usance of blow their nose without tissue and split on the floor of these folks. At 3.49 our train was there and we finally can get a good rest. Or that is what we intended to do. Funny notes: While talking with 'Loui' ...
Ten Facts About Beckett
1. He loves western food.
2. He is very clever and loves to figure things out.
3. He doesn't know how to play with "toys" but loves random items like our hotel key.
4. He can kick a ball like no ones business.
5. He hates to take his shoes off.
6. He only ...