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  • Day 10 - Xi'anHi all Today we headed off early to Banpo Neolithic Village - a 6,000 village that was accidentally discovered in the 1950's by archaeologists and has been preserved by the government for the Chinese people to study and learn. We then Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 24, 2017
  • DershaChina in ten words : Why so many stairs and why must I climb them? China is such a beautiful place with so many wonderful people, however, their love for stairs is not shared amongst myself and my group Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 24, 2017
  • BridgetToday for breakfast I had a really good rice with vegetables. It tasted like something you might have for dinner but it was different to have for breakfast. Shirley and I walked to school and my first class was Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 24, 2017
  • Day 9 - Chongquing to Xi'anHi all Today we sadly had to leave the cruise behind and continue our travels. We docked at Chongquing and we were told by our guide not to let the locals touch our bags or you will then be obligated to Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 23, 2017
  • JackToday was our first normal school day in awhile, after the weekend and the last couple of trips we had. I woke up at around 5:00 and, after a while, Tommy's dad drove me to school. Once there, I headed Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 23, 2017
  • Day 8 - Yangtze River CruiseHi all Today was our last day cruising down the Yangtze River. We had to be up early and ready to go by 7.45 for our excursion to the Shibaozhai Pagoda. It was very hot and humid today. We had a Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 22, 2017
  • Stop 7 - Beijing and the Great Wall[b][center]After a 2 night train journey across Mongolia and the Gobi Desert into China (the mountains in the last Chinese section were incredible) we arrived into a very hot Beijing. The city seemed less chaotic than we had been expecting and Posted by Chloemillen92 in Overland adventures | May 22, 2017
  • Travis你好. Today is Sunday, May 21st, 2017. As it is Sunday, my student, Zachary, and I did not attend school, which is from Monday to Saturday. Tired from the trip to Daming Palace yesterday, I decided to sleep in today Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 21, 2017
  • Day 7 - Yangtze River CruiseHi everyone Today we continued our cruise down the Yangtze River and had a pretty relaxing day. This morning we went on a ferry tour of Shennong Streamwhich lasted 2-1/2 hours. The views were spectacular and we got to see Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 21, 2017
  • MichaelI woke up bright and early at 5am this morning. Knowing I was going to be outside all day, I made sure to put sunscreen on. A real must in this hot sun! At Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 20, 2017
  • Day 6 - Yangtze River CruiseHi all Today was our first full day on board our ship, the Victoria Anna. We had to be at breakfast at 6.30 as our first tour started at 7.30. We went from our ship to a much smaller Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 20, 2017
  • Day 5 - Shanghai to YichangHi everyone Today we were up early as we had to catch a flight to Wuhan. The drive to the airport in peak hour took a little over an hour. We then did group check in and went through several Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 19, 2017
  • SofiaToday was an interesting day. It was so eventful it's hard to even know where to start. To briefly give an overview: we visited the Xi'an wall, one of the oldest city walls in China. We went to the Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 19, 2017
  • MikaylaToday marked the very first field trip of the China Cultural Exchange 2017, and I must say, it was definitley a new experience for most of us. We went to the Bell Tower, Drum Tower, and Muslim Street. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/895055/IMG_ Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 18, 2017
  • StephanieThe day started off with Chinese class. The teacher's English name was Hugh. He taught us tones and explained to us that the Chinese flag is red to represent the blood of the nation, while the big star represents the Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 17, 2017
  • Day 4 - ShanghaiHi everyone Today was a bit more relaxed and we got to sleep in a bit before breakfast. As I said I did try the dried snail which turned out to be tiny tiny dried prawns lol. They weren't too Posted by Chernelle in Chernelle's China Trip | May 18, 2017
  • AndrewAfter one entire day of traveling, we finally arrived at Xian Tie Yi High School. All the Chinese students lined up with posters and banners felt welcoming and eased the nerves that floated throughout the bus. My host family drove Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 17, 2017
  • ArrivalTwenty-seven hours, two buses, two planes, assorted airport shuttles and cars and we finally arrived in Xi'an! It took a lot of time and effort to get here, but it was worth it! After arriving late Sunday Posted by dwilsonmatusky in BCPS China Cultural Exchange Program | May 17, 2017
  • steinwald ein hit...hundemüde (also ich der martin) sind wir nach 55 km fahrt von tangchizhen in der nähe vom steinwald/stoneforest in shinlin eingetroffen. zum glück haben wir mit einer plattform einen homestay reserviert, und auch der war noch schwer zum finden ... chines Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 21, 2017
  • 45 km von kunming nach tangchizhenendlich wieder auf dem velo - mann gönnt sich ja sonst nix... durch die stadt kunming - perfekt organisiert mit speziellen spuren für die velos und fussgänger...aber auch die scooter benützen diese - raus aus der stadt - dann viel viel Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 19, 2017
  • vorgesehene routewenn das wetter so schön bleibt und nicht zuuuviele berge und steigungen auf uns warten... möchten wir in 10-15 tagen diese route per velo bewältigen: [[https://goo.gl/maps/i4XwxQzfPNG2|vorgesehene route]] [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/886 Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • juhuuuuuu....bereits 250 abonnenten...! wer ist noch nicht dabei??? hier der link zum mitmachen: [[https://www.instagram.com/everydayholidayforever/|Instagram - schreib dich auch ein! und abonniere unseren stream!]] [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/8 Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • 1400 meter tiefer....heute war um 5 uhr tagwache - das übliche und abfahrt um kurz vor sieben uhr bei zwei grad plus rund sechs kilometer an den flugplatz von shangri-la - ein topmoderner riesiger flugplatz - mit enormen highways ringsrum noch am Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • Quick trip to Shenzhen I had another short weekend, so I left as early as possible on Saturday morning. It took five hours at least, just to get to the metro station in Shenzhen. Wow. I was told by a crazy Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 17, 2017
  • Disappointing beach I had a short weekend, because I was invited to attend the opening of the culture festival on Friday night. The beach at Yangjiang wasn't too far away, so I took the first bus out there a Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 17, 2017
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