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            新概念英語聽力mp3下載第三冊lesson 48

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2007-03-21  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  
            In this much-travelled world, there are
            still thousands of places which are in-
            accessible to tourists. We always assume
            that villagers in remote places are friendly
            and hospitable. But people who are cut off
            not only from foreign tourists, but even
            from their own countrymen can be hostile
            to travellers. Visits to really remote
            villages are seldom enjoyable--as my
            wife and I discovered during a tour
            through the Balkans.
            We had spent several days in a small
            town and visited a number of old churches
            in the vicinity. These attracted many
            visitors for they were not only of great
            architectural interest, but contained a
            large number of beautifully preserved frescoes as well. On the day before our
            departure, several bus loads of tourists descended on the town. This was more
            than we could bear,so we decided to spend our last day exploring the country-
            side. Taking a path which led out of the town, we crossed a few fields until we
            came to a dense wood. We expected the path to end abruptly, but we found that
            it traced its way through the trees. We tramped through the wood for over two
            hours until we arrived at a deep stream. We could see that the path continued on
            the other side, but we had no idea how we could get across the stream. Suddenly
            my wife spotted a boat moored to the bank. In it there was a boatman fast asleep.
            We gently woke him up and asked him to ferry us to the other side. Though he
            was reluctant to do so at first, we eventually persuaded him to take us.
            The path led to a tiny village perched on the steep sides of a mountain. The
            place consisted of a straggling unmade road which was lined on either side by
            small houses. Even under a clear blue sky, the village looked forbidding, as all
            the houses were built of grey mud bricks. The village seemed deserted, the only
            sign of life being an ugly-looking black goat tied to a tree on a short length of
            rope in a field nearby. Sitting down on a dilapidated wooden fence near the
            field, we opened a couple of tins of sardines and had a picnic lunch. All at once,
            I noticed that my wife seemed to be filled with al.mp3. Looking up I saw that we
            were surrounded by children in rags who were looking at us silently as we ate. We
            offered them food and spoke to them kindly, but they remained motionless. I
            concluded that they were simply shy of strangers. When we later walked down
            the main street of the village, we were followed by a silent procession of children.
            The village which had seemed deserted, immediately came to life. Faces ap-
            peared at windows. Men in shirt sleeves stood outside their houses and glared
            at us. Old women in black shawls peered at us from door-ways. The most
            frightening thing of all was that not a sound could be heard. There was no doubt
            that we were unwelcome visitors. We needed no further warning. Turning back
            down the main street, we quickened our pace and made our way rapidly towards
            the stream where we hoped the boatman was waiting.
             


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