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... carriage, the worst of all was the passport immigration guy. Looking at our first view of China, we had all left our cabins and were standing in the corridor. He entered the train and barked down the corridor ' Go back to your rooms, hurrup, hurrup'. In shock we all duly complied. At the end of our carriage were some very drunk Russians, guards were despatched to watch over them, and stood there slapping their leather belts on their thighs ! The next procedure ...
... really happy that we took that course because the other side was filled with a lot more people. I can not even explain how amazing it was to be walking on the Great Wall, and see the view from it. And the farther and higher we went, it just got even more amazing. A lot of it was very steep slopes up and down, and there are some pretty steep and scary stairs. The steps were really uneven, so you had to be really careful walking on them. We walked as far as we were ...
... Stadium Store.
I went to the basement lounge to get started on my Chinese homework before my tutoring. Avery was nice to clarified my questions on Chinese. The homework was not that bad. I was actually able to study the characters before Jacky showed up.
We went over my exam and the grammar I learned today. Then I had the dialogue from the textbook. I was able to read it, except three characters. They were old characters I forgot. We ...
... take to SLIDE your way down to the bottom! One of the reasons we chose to go to Mutianyu is for the SLIDE! However, if it is raining, they shut it down L So after a few calls to the boys, we figured, 'to hell with them!’ and made a mad dash back to the slide entrance! UNFORTUNATELY it was closed already!!!
We later learned that they had closed the slide earlier (before it rained) ...
... oh, I am sorry..."misty") Olympic village and its vicious high way crossing. Let's just say many horns were involved. Surprisingly this year we have not had the onslaught of people asking to take pictures, but I do know that people keep touching us for luck like we're Blarney stones.
I realize all of the above is wrote, and uninteresting, because, of course, the question everyone wants ...