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The flight to Chengdu was not so quick. We were tired, and the vegetarian meal didn't exist. The cabin crew told us that we hadn't booked one (not so) and eventually presented us with a bread roll with a piece of limp lettuce and unidentified pink goo. Ken ate both rolls. We were put in the middle of the rows of the plane, despite there being plenty of seats available in front of us. We found it impossible ...
... some cows and stuff. It was quite impressive. It was also quite busy. In the evening we came back for happy hour (we've done it everyday) and met up with Dennis, who went to a acrobatic show, and a Canadian named Kyle, who was on the trip with him. We ended up staying up a little while, talking about whatever we were talking about. On Monday we went to the Great Wall!!! We went to the Mutianyu section of the wall. Took about an hour and a half to get there. Once we got there ...
... came across a man making toy models and on closer inspection realised that he was working from a photo of someone, all the models were of people! The were wicked! It's a shame we were at the start of the trip or we'd have definitely had them done! We carried on walking and found an actual arcade, there were loads of games there, most very similar to what you'd find in the UK but they had flat computer screen a which were tables with joysticks attached- it's really hard to ...
... we had gone far enough. The cheers could be heard in Beijing!
The incredible feat of those who built this wall is felt with every knee crunching step. Imagining how the invading hoards of Mongols felt when, after climbing through these rugged mountains, they then came face to face with the wall was intense. And thinking of all of the sacrifices of all the people who built and died building this wall, it was truly humbling ...
... is a popular area to go out. So we took a cab there and tried to find my favourite Vietnamese restaurant – to my disappointment it had closed in the meantime. Plan B was eating at "element fresh". We ended up with Vietnamese summer rolls, quesadillas and I had a huge salad with king prawns – yummy.
It was Saturday night, so it was a challenge getting a cab. Most were already taken or drivers did not want ...