Sadly, South America was where we parted…. But not for long! We love sharing our adventures with you so much that we have decided to have one final Global Fieldtrip night. For this night, we would like everyone to be involved! Date: Saturday July 23, 2016
In March we hosted our Incredible India Global Fieldtrip night, and one of the amazing celebrations we talked about was Holi. This year, Holi fell on Thursday March 24th, and as every year it was a national holiday with colours everywhere and water fights in the streets!
From one area of Asia to another – off we go to remember our time in Southeast Asia. Specifically this Global Fieldtrip Night will share our photos and reflections from Thailand, Viet Nam and Cambodia. Come join us on Saturday, March 19th at 7:00pm. As always, everyone
We’re back! After a much needed break in January, we pulled ourselves, and our routines, together and we’re ready to resume our Global Fieldtrip Night schedule! To warm you up…can you name this landmark? On Saturday, Feb. 20th at 7:00pm, we welcome you to a spicy
After a whirlwind tour through Guangzhou, Beijing and Xi’an, we headed back to Hong Kong in preparation for our next international flight. We had 2 days left in this amazing country and we decided we wanted to have a bit of last minute fun, so we
Imagine being frozen in time for over 2200 years…buried with your emperor, unable to move, and not seeing the light of day until the middle of the disco era! This was the fate of the Terracotta Warriors! This world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in Xi’an
We loved our time in Beijing – it was an incredible city and we had so many amazing experiences! We originally were going to only stay for 4 days – but extended our stay to a week so we could see as much as possible.
On our trip we have seen a lot of walls. Here are just a few examples we have seen: the remains of the Berlin wall the huge wall between Palestine and Israel the one between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Although we have seen many, none
During our time in China, we have had the chance to try many interesting and delicious Chinese foods. We learned there are different specialities of food in various regions of China. In the South, Dim Sum is their famous dish and in the North, it’s Peking
During our stay at Cindy’s hutong, we had the chance to take a cooking class. We learned how to make dumplings and stir fry meals with the help of Cindy and a local lady, Liao Min. It was a lot of fun and we had
No visit to China is complete without visiting a Circus! China is famous for it’s acrobats and we couldn’t resist the opportunity to see a great performance while in Beijing. The show is performed a number of times throughout the day so we decided to
Beijing is a huge city with over 20 million people. As one wanders through it, there are numerous narrow streets and alleyways all over the place. Many of them lead up to some very large doors that open up into traditional courtyard communities. In the
Throughout our trip, I have learned a lot about Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Hinduism, and the last religion I am going to focus on is Taoism. We saw examples of this religion at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Additionally, we saw evidence
We think Beijing is an amazing big city with lots to see and do…however, we are Canadians who love their nature. We needed a fix. But where to go in a city of 20 million people? When one thinks of Beijing–parks are not the first
After a short flight from Guangzhou, we found ourselves essentially teleported to China’s capital, Beijing. With our limited exposure to China in the Western media, here’s what I expected to see when we arrived in China: Yes, bicycles! Who doesn’t think of bicycles when thinking of