I was fortunate enough to go on a school trip to China recently, it was awesome! We spent time at a couple of schools, set-up a sister school with our school, had lots of meetings, set up a project, stayed with a family, went to Shanghai, Beijing, Changshu, Shizou. Observed classes, taught classes, went to the Chinese Acrobatics, Silk Factory, The Great Wall, a pottery place, shopping, ate lots of food and spent a night in hospital after throwing up for 24 hours,An amazing country with friendly people and a cultural experience quite like none I have ever experienced!Lots and lots crammed in and it was an amazing experience one I will certainly never forget!! Here are some photos!

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lots of bike spotting!

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being wheeled around the No.2 hospital in Changshu shortly before being placed on a drip for the night. Not a night I’ll be forgetting in a hurry!
Home made dumplings and food galore!!!

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  1. I went to China a couple of years ago and loved it too. Especially all the bikes. Just wish I had bought myself a folding bike to take home because they were so ridiculously cheap. Haha

  2. China was amazing!! I didnt get to go into any bike shops though unfortunately!!We did drive past a couple of GIANT bike stores that i wanted to stop in but couldnt!!!! Have fun on the tassie trail! Cant wait to hear how it goes, it is one i definitely want to do soon!

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