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... other than on the bus – which is never the most comfortable.
All three teachers had already
decided on the afternoon’s activity, which was to return to Neeir Square, as
there was a man made beach on the lake that looked really nice. Travel was by a convoy of taxis to the square
which probably took around 10 minutes and only cost 1.20 (1 pound 20 pence). When we got there we set up camp under a
large tree and the group ...
... really was one of those moments that you needed to have been there but nonetheless, really funny.
After dinner we were taken by bus to Nieer Square, to experience some Chinese cultural night life. As we walked through you begin to realize just how big park life is for Chinese people and families. The place was really busy with people walking, dancing and practicing Tia Chi. As we walked through the park we were clearly an unusual spectacle – ...
... attendant who, in pretty decent English, told us that although she couldn’t be certain she thought we would arrive around 1600, with another sigh we accepted it and tried to work out away to pass the hours.
At 2200 it is lights out and everyone goes to sleep. Strangely Janice and I were sufficiently tired and managed to sleep until about 1130 the next morning. Although it was not the ...
... features and structures. Certainly all different than the many Hong Kong immigrants that are the most common in Toronto. With this in mind we boarded the train for the 22 hour ride to Guilin, one of the greener and more beautiful cities in China. The ride was uneventful, except that it was supposed to be a non smoking train, and the men still insisted on smoking. Malwina quickly told the conductor and that was the end of the smoking. ...
... small plots of rice, tobacco, corn, grapes, and fruit orchards. Speaking of food, eating in China has been an interesting experience. And food here is nothing like American Chinese food...in fact I asked about fortune cookies and they have no idea what they are! The food is brought out to the table...which is usually a large round table with a lazy-susan. They bring in the dishes one by one and you serve ...
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