Describe a bicycle/motorbike/car trip that is interesting.
You should say:
Where you would like to go;
How you would like to go there;
Who you would like to go with;
And explain why you would like to go there by car, motorbike or bike.
We drove to Xiang Shui HU Great Wall one winter Sunday and that was pretty interesting to me.
Out of no reason, my mother said she wanted to climb up the great wall. I guess that was probably because she had been under great pressure and desired to eliminate her mental stress with physical labor. And so we went.
It was a cold but sunny day. When we got off the high way and entered the rural area where the city dwelled, the views and scenes started to be more changeable and colourful. Village abodes of all sorts, frozen rives, withered grass, naked trees and even the cock crows and dog barks made the desolate and silent villages alive. We came across a school in the mountain area. It had the mountain behind it and a river in front. According to Chinese Feng Shui, its located couldn't be better. The main teaching building was 5 floors, light yellow. So imagine the nice color match of sky blue, cloud white, mountain grey and building yellow. It was like a fine art painting. And we got off our car and took some really nice photos.
After turning and cornering and accelerating upwards and breaking downwards, we finally arrived at the foot of Xiang Shui Hu Great Wall.
We were the only visitor there due to the cold weather and low temperature. We parked in the parking and saw directly a giant dam between the service area and the Great Wall. Waters of melting snow and ice could be heard clearly and loudly among the little valleys and along the river, right at the foot of the Great Wall. I guessed that was why this fragment of Great Wall got its name. The dam was pretty tall as the valley was so deep. Standing on it, I didn't even dare to look down. My mother grasped the arm of my father and we passed it hastily. The walls here were not tall and we reached one watch tower without any difficulty. Standing by the wall, we had the entire view of the valley and the villages before us. My mother said really loudly that her boss was a mean guy, which made both my father and me laugh hard. She had never been like this before and the pressure must have been really heavy to her.
We walked along the walls for about 30 minutes and saw no more changes in natural views or the great wall magnificence, only the temperature dropping sharply.
Then we drove back home.
动身： get off