Fu Rong Leading Hotel
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... dirty place so the country itself would not be rated so highly. Liam was certainly WOWED in China with many awesome experiences which he still feels excited about from the Great Wall, seeing the Giant pandas and a VERY very small new baby panda as well as the terracotta warriors! However, whilst in China he found himself trying to resist snapping at people as he realised different cultures are..... 'Different'. China has the biggest population in the world so he can't ...
... the incense burning in the air and seeing the first butterflies of the day. This is a memory i will always cherish.
It was transfer day so we had to pack and say our sad farewells. We headed to our next destination and boy i was not expecting the humidity. Big difference. In the evening we had a Sichuan hot pot. It almost melted my face.
Saturday and Sunday- Yangtze River and the Three Gorges
It was time again to move on to our next location which was the ...
... smiled again and took us to anther isle and pointed to a packet of what we can only assume was duck throat chunks haha. We finally found a 'sore throat' entry in the phrase book which caused all 6 of the shops staff to burst out in laughter at the realisation. We got some nice liquorice throat lozenges and left with the staff still chuckling amongst themselves. After this we headed back to the tea house for a spot of KTV, we were greeted at the door by a smartly dressed girl who took ...
... anything you are saying." Great!!!! I come all the way to China to just stand in front of a class and say, "Be quiet," over and over again.
I got lost biking to work today, but I made it back to my apartment without getting lost. Everyday I am dodging cars--I am on the road with tons of crazy drivers. I never thought I would be able to bike in such traffic, but I am doing a great job. Jessie told me I shouldn't bike because it isn't safe; she thinks I ...
... it....but that's what we did.
Onto the city- gorgeous 200 year old preserved city- incredible architecture- fun to see the street vendors- FOUND the caramel candy vendor that my kids and I watched on the Travel Channel. The guy makes your zodiac out of caramel and puts it on a stick- very cool. It was drizzly today so we all had umbrellas- Sara slipped on a rock and got soaked so she scored a really pretty silk Chinese dress since she needed something to change ...