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... we got back. We'd had such an amazing day at the wall and it would be something that we would remember forever. I felt so proud of myself for being able to climb it and for getting as far as we did. It was definitely the toughest walk I had ever done but the most worthwhile. I would definitely recommend this to anyone as something that you must try and do in your lifetime. There is a Chinese saying 'He who has never been to the Great Wall is not a true man.'
... went off to study Chinese.
For Chinese class today, we had another dictation, which I passed. During lecture, we had to practice with asking the question of what we would be doing this weekend. When it was my turn, I listed places that I wanted to check out. My professor said that it was a lot of place. When she asked if I was going to see Happy Valley, I told her that I already went there. Everyone was surprised about how many places I wanted to see, but I said that ...
... saw the crowns and some hair clips of the empresses that they wore. Some were made of jade, gold and silver.
It was a two hour drive back to Beijing to our new hotel. We had an enormous lunch, with some new things that we hadn’t tried before. We had mashed potato that looked like ice cream because it had jam and sprinkles on top. And kumara fried with sugar. We said goodbye to our driver and booked tickets for a Kungfu show. It ...
... against China because it was my fault - I had already decided I didn't like Beijing, but I still pressed ahead with the plan to see the Great Wall which is really why I was there in the first place.
On the minibus ride there I did something I've done completely by chance regularly throughout this trip: I made the acquaintance of some American's and we had some fun. They were in China teaching English for a few months and were hoovering up all the token tourist spots in their ...
... duties on goods transported along the Silk Road, regulation or encouragement of trade and the control of immigration and emigration. Furthermore, the defensive characteristics of the Great Wall were enhanced by the construction of watch towers, troop barracks, garrison stations, signaling capabilities through the means of smoke or fire, and the fact that ...