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... to put seats up, tables up, belts on and put window blinds up. Eventually we were given a drink - for me it was orange juice and then a snack box containing, bizarrely, a bread roll, a small sachet of some sort of pickled cabbage and a piece of chiffon cake. I was hungry so it all went down & the cake was nice, but it was all rather basic. We were glad when the flight, our last internal one, was over and after a long walk to the baggage claim, our bags were amongst ...
... took a boat ride and the guy paddled the boat really fast. I have a picture to show.
We walk a lot and take the subway. There are many people in China and a lot of buildings.
We are going to Beijing to see the Great Wall of China tomorrow.
Super Sam and Matthew
... 5 to 10 times the legitimate amount for cab fare. Luckily we read ahead and knew to expect them. Incidently, the cab fare from station to hostel was 11rmb (about 2 dollars). We experienced something similiar in shanghai. Wanting to treat Sam to a little stuffed panda bear we found them in old-town Shanghai. One vendor wanted 10rmb and another vendor (no more than a block away) wanted 100rmb. Great lesson I suppose.
... iced coffee perfect.
After lunch I decided to get some more exercise and do an abridged circuit, taking a causeway and checking out a few spots I missed yesterday.
It was adding up to another exhausting 20km walk in the heat. My backpack straps produced a rash, new boot inner soles produced blisters due to a poorly design and the fungus on my skin was having a field day in the ...
... are often seen with western soft drinks.
Strolling the lake was very relaxing, but I thought I'd step it up and see how far it is to go around the sizeable lake. As one walks alone you hear this automated message from behind emanating from a long golf cart taking passengers for a ride around the lake, I assume it said "Get out the way, lazy tourists who do not like walking come through" or something more polite. When I stepped up my pace, I contemplated recording ...