I am a full-time traveler. I plan to take a look at all parts of the United States in two years. I hope to get your help during the RV journey. I sincerely hope to be friends with you and share your wonderful stories.I also took videos while traveling to share with friends
Travel documentary, tea sharing, food production
I drove a Chevrolet pickup 2500 and dragged my fifth-round RV. The RV had complete equipment, including power equipment. There is a slideshow that I have no pets and will not cause any trouble to the landlord.
Although there was a language barrier, we did enjoy having Zhou +Zhao boondock at our location. Very interesting couple, no problems once we discovered we could communicate using google translate! That helped. We thank them for choosing us, and wish them well.
Very intelligent & kind people. Very respectful to my elderly mom. They made us a tea ritual to share! We relied a lot on Google Translate for communication though they understand quite a bit. We loved hosting them!
Zhou and Zhao are among the most impressive boondockers we ever had an opportunity to host. We are truly in awe of the journey they are taking on for the next year.
Can you imagine buying an RV in China and navigating throughout the roads and towns of that foreign country with the most basic of Chinese language skills? That is what this professional couple from China is endeavoring to do as they journey throughout America. They have been planning this dream trip for years and they have a real thirst and curiosity to learn more about our country and the way we live life.
Their English language skills are very limited, but they are overcoming the language limitations and making quite the progress in their journey through our land. Be sure to ask Zhou to use the language translator app he has. We were able to have an extended conversation that touched on many topics of American life. Keep the sentence structure basic with simple past/present/future verb tenses and don't use expressions that do not translate (raining cats and dogs, red in the face, e.g.) and you will be crossing over the language barrier. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about China and also for this kind Chinese couple to get an unfiltered, first-hand glimpse into life in America.
Quiet and respectful couple that did not let the language differences prevent them from joining and sharing with the other BW guest around the campfire or daily activities. Appreciative of our host site and welcome back any time. Travel safe.
It was our pleasure to host these nice folks.
Even though there was a tremendous language barrier, we had no real issues exchanging a good time around the fire.
Google translate was a great help but we didn't need it to know we had fine guests staying with us.