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Year 13 Updates from Hangzhou - Oct 18

18 October 2018

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On our last full day in Zhejiang, Year 13 travelled to the so-called Thousand Island Lake; an artifical lake created in the 1950s. Interestingly there are entire towns submerged underneath it. We spent the full day cycling through the incredibly beautiful surroundings and got really lucky with the weather with blue skies and a light breeze to keep us cool.

We ate a delicious lunch in a rather quirky hotel/restaraunt along the way. We actually finished the intended route ahead of schedule and it didn't take much to convince the group that it would be worth continuing to the next village.

After a fantastic day we have driven back to the same hotel as last night, polished off a late dinner and are getting ready for our long journey home tomorrow.

Update from: Dr David Errington, Year 13 Tutor