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... walking up the mountain were beautiful. We weaved in and out and walked so dangerously close to the edge, but that's what made the trip so beautiful.
I would recommend the walk to the top to anyone, no matter how fit or unfit you are, it's worth it to see some of the most beautiful sights in China.
Upon the arrival at the top of the mountain we realised how busy it actually was. We took a few snaps, chilled for a bit and decided to get in the cable cart que, as ...
... there was no audio either. This gave us the windfall of a middle row of four seats to ourselves and we were able to take turns lying down under the thermal blankets. The entertainment were quite specialised; French films with Chinese and English subtitles; 'My Best Friend' with Danny Boon and Daniel Auteuil was a highlight. David tried to read the Australia/ Chinese paper and were able to piece together some stories about ...
After relatively small Yangshuo, we arrived by plane into Shanghai. Forget California, New York and London... This is arguably the current financial capital of the world and it's pretty astonishing!
We started off with a McDonalds on landing because trying the Chinese food gets a little bit tiring as it really is bad. Chicken's feet, chicken bones, Sheep's Kidneys and Instestines don't even surprise me anymore when seen on the menu. The thing ...
... english learning time. Two american teachers run the program and this month Alex and I are doing it. We have to plan a small lesson along with some games to play with the kids.
Our greatest excitement this week after school came on Tuesday. Like I mentioned before, we have arranged to let one of the school bus drivers drive us home in the "bus" which is actually a mini-van. Well on the way home we stopped at a stop light and ...
... the 25th at around 6:40pm or something. All I know is that it was the most miserable thing I've done in a long time. 15 hours of continuous flight, a crying baby, poison ivy all over myself, and a snoring Chinese man tend to make such a long flight...well, long. At least the food was really good, though probably Ramen noodles or something. It did have shrimp, though. When arriving in airport, I went to claim my medication (2000 pills), which I thought was going to be very ...