After spending a total of 2 weeks traveling all around China, my dream trip has finally come to an end. I created this page to organize the posts I wrote during my travels. Exploration included China’s major cities like Shanghai and Beijing as well as small villages like Wuxi, Suzhou, Wuzhen, and Hangzhou.
Realizing what I was looking at, I SCRAMBLED for my phone and IMMEDIATELY called home.
“Mom, CAN I GO TO CHINA!?”
I’m thinking about everything I’ve done since I’ve gotten on this airplane and I really cannot fathom how I’m going to keep myself busy for another whole 7.5 hours…
The elevator quickly brings you to the top. My ears popped 5 times as the altitude rapidly increased. When you get out, the walls are all made of glass and there’s a nice view of the whole city.
Each individual keychain contains a small bag of air, partially filled some sort of a colored liquid, and a living animal trapped inside.
My friends and I visited another city in China called Hangzhou. We enjoyed a nice tour of a local tea village called the Long Jing Tea Plantation at Mei Jia Wu.
Our tour guide told us we could touch, feel, and hold the silkworms if we’d like. At first, I was hesitant but I did end up picking one up. It was kind of clingy.
His camera app put a box around both of our faces and when he snapped the photo, it outlined us with little hearts. LOLLLL. Guess my crush had a crush too!
In the city of Wuzhen, life revolves around water. There are streams that flow between the city’s streets. Water lines the buildings and helps the villagers get around.
By the time we got there, my legs already hurt. I wasn’t sure if I could handle climbing the Great Wall of China anymore….
Thank you, people of China, for making this trip unforgettable.