Shaanxi Railcom Business Hotel
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... and gym. For crafting, I carved a heart into an ivory nut and also made a bracelet. I learned how to properly hold a brush in calligraphy, and also learned how to paint some paintings. In Tai Chi, I learned a routine and some defense moves. In Chinese I learned new words and phrases. In gym I learned Tae Kwan Do moves. I also had music class in which I learned songs like "Molihua," and Chinese opera songs and dance moves.
I visited amazing sites like the Giant Wild ...
... Anyway, 40 minutes and we were out of the city and driving in breezy sunshine with clear, clean air through fields of corn and then groves of apple and pomegranate trees as we approached the Black Horse Mountains. Fruit stalls lined the streets as we parked in what seemed to be a nondescript village. A fluent English speaking guide appeared as if by magic, Mr Wong, and for Y150 he was ours for 2.5 hours. He commended our decision to get in before the holiday and he ...
... a rouse to keep us on the meter. It turned out that the taxi driver had called the hostel and was waiting for them to come and collect us and even stood in the rain holding an umbrella over me which was incredibly kind. The hostel owners were very sweet and we even managed to have a short conversation via google translate. When we were dry and warm and had caught up on some sleep we felt much more human again. We did eventually make it to the terracotta warriors the next day and I ...
My birthday was a success! (Aside from the cake melting!) Not too many people can say they turned seventeen in China.
My birthday started on Saturday; I spent the day with Hugh's family. We went to the Qing Ling mountains then out to eat at a farmer's restaurant. After eating, we went fishing. Unfortunately no one caught anything. :(
Saturday was one of the best days I had in China thus far--being with complete ...
... had originally farmed on the land but lost his land to the over meant when they built the museum. As compensation his family was given a house where they started up a small restaurant (the other option is to sell souvenirs). We sat right in his dinning room and had a delicious home cooked meal. What I really enjoyed was hearing Sherry share her insight about Chinese living and culture. I couldn't believe it when she said children start daycare at 2 and a half years old and by ...