Travel Blogs from Dengfeng
... to that stage. A sure sign reinforcing the importance China places on the value of education. After the ceremony, we walked a few kilometers to the Junior High campus where many of the students who came to visit us earlier this year are located. It was touching to see the smiles on the faces of the kids as they ran to greet our students. After a brief presentation our Canadian students were split up into groups to attend classes with their Chinese counterparts. ...
... reached via another tree lined avenue, this time a one way street. Although the street had two lanes most cars seamed to be following the white dashed line down the the middle. This was because down each side of the road were bikes and motorcycles sometimes three abreast. Those on the right were traveling with the flow of traffic, but those on the left were competing down the street against the flow of traffic.
After the museum ...
... burst a balloon. I wasn't expecting to be too excited by it all as I'm not into fighting and martial arts but it was great. The lesson afterwards was a lot of fun too. We all learnt a routine together with no weapons. They were very quick and hard to follow and remember but we got better after a few goes. We then did the same routine but with spears. I didn't find it too hard it was just remembering what came next. My baton ...
... I should add that, in the cities, public bathrooms are easy to find and are free, so their availability is not in question. I'm thinking a stoop & scoop law could do wonders here...
On the note of the public bathrooms, people do not seem to have any aim in this country. Even the nicest, fanciest bathrooms are absolutely disgusting. Floors below the urinals are yellow and sticky and the toilets ...
... volume at the station consisted of the people who got off of our train. Wondering around the massive and completely empty concrete structure definitely had a creepy vibe about it, but I'm happy to report no axe murdering occurred.
Getting around a country where almost no one speaks English and the signs are in an undecipherable alphabet has been a challenge, but nowhere near as tough as we expected. When they see ...
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