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On Monday myself, Ben, and his friend/roommate/employee Mark, drove to Tai'an, Shandong, to climb the sacred mountain of Tai Shan. Apparently Tai Shan has been worshipped for millennia. The main route is all stairs and has temples, shrines, and other things along the way, ...
Are you ready for a challenge? Well come and visit Mt. Taishan. You think you can take it? Maybe you can't... Maybe you can... But the mountain isn't all extreme. It is still a very beautiful mountain with many beautiful works of calligraphy on all the sides of the mountain. Plus, you can always stay satisfied and hydrated with the many shops up the mountain. So ...
... to cross the road and headed to the entrance of Mount Tai Shan. We took a shuttle bus that is extremely fast to the middle of the mountain. Then we started climbing, some of my classmates counted how many steps from the middle to the top, at the end they counted 3437 steps (some say it’s 3438, who knows).
After about one and a half hours, we finally reached the top. My body is covered with sweat. The price ...
... I wasted my time spending 2 hours climbing up the mountain just to ride down in 14 minutes.
At lunch my friend Bryson came up with a game and named it "Chinese Food Challenge". You have to eat a bowl of all the food mixed on the table within 2 minuets. I didn't even think about trying here are some reactions.
Next we went shopping but it was all KFC and the teachers did not approve of it. ...
... So I had to get a towel, wrap it around me and then wait for Ricky to finish doing his business. Then after that I continued me shower. After I finished it was Ricky's turn and I started to write again, but then again disaster strikes yet again. Ricky had left his cloths outside and I had to deliver them to Ricky.
After Ricky came out we finished ...
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