Zhongyou Hotel (Liupukang)
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... really fun because we participated in the game and the class was
really big. The kids in china really love this game even though in the western
countries like Australia kids there age would find it boring and immature.. I
think its because they aren’t really exposed to those types of fun and
practical games in middle school or high school. We also played Pictionary and
did the robot craft activity again. One girl in this class drew her robot as a
... interesting for the countryside we passed through, pancake flat initially leading to a very fractured mountain landscape, with towns and cities in the distance along the way and lots of evidence of new construction. Still tired from jet lag and troubled sleep, we frustratingly kept nodding off when in fact we just wanted to absorb what we were seeing. Eventually on the horizon there appeared the archetypal towers and masonry striding over tops of mountains ...
... actually open so we went for 15 and hoped for the best! After about five minutes window 16 reopened so we dashed for that one and were now second in the queue! Unfortunately the people in front of us were not having a great day and took absolutely ages. Having not planned ahead like us, they were trying to buy tickets for the next day to no avail. After getting increasingly distressed and clearly not understanding that no seats left genuinely means ...
... how much I loved. In the afternoon, we went to the Great Wall. Though it was cold, it was really nice to be on the wall all alone. We were very lucky to go at the time of day and time of year that we chose - there were so few tourists that we got to appreciate the great structure in solitude. We also got a tonne of really cool pictures, sans other tourists! By the time we got back into the city, we were both exhausted and it was pretty much bed time. After fighting the time ...
... inner world you build in order to separate from others.
But I also think there are some good sides of travelling alone. You look so cool perhaps from in others' eyes. You can record your travelling experience by writing a book or making an art portfolio to ...