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Today was the day. Ihad circled this on the itinerary 6 months ago. Today we visited the Great Wall. I'll admit that I was a bit giddy when the bus pulled into the parking lot. One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Great Wall of China is the only man-made structure on Earth visible from space. We had been driving for about an hour & a half to get there, so we were slightly outside the Beijing city limits. But it was quickly apparent that Beijing must bel located ...
... want to do that." I explained. "I grew up with Chinese parents. So did not want to do that again. My parents would ask me, 'Where are you going? When will you be back? Who are you going with?'"
"Chinese parents are strict." Kelsey said. "My Chinese friend wasn't allow to have sleepovers."
"I could do sleepovers since I was a boy." I said. "My parents leave me alone since I am in college. I am happy with my Chinese roommate and that I could come home anytime."
... we can't come and get Stella later today, I've managed to cancel tomorrow's swimming lessons and told the taxi company the new times. Our flight tomorrow is due to take off at 10am local time and arrive at Heathrow at 13.30. Fingers crossed. We've not had the best of luck when it comes to travel within China - a 5.5 hour delay on the bullet train and now a 23 hour delay on our flight home. But it really can't spoil what's been an amazing trip. More updates to follow ...
... than previously planned, avoiding the more popular guided tour that lasts 3 hours on the wall. Upon arrival we sprinted the half mile to the entry, marched to a couple of the summits and sprinted back down to the station. For those experienced Emporians, picture that torrential wind that blows everyday at the TRYSA soccer complex, add a couple MPH, drop the temp down to 10 degrees and throw in some altitude. It was like the holy ghost ...
... he said. Sixty kuai!
"Er shi wu!" Twenty-five!
"Wu shi wu" Fifty-five!
I had my wallet out by now. "Bu yao, bu yao," I told him, shaking my head. No thanks. I started walking away -- I'd been told that walking away is key.
The shopkeeper immediately followed on my heels, shouting. "Deng yixia! Deng yixia!" Wait! Wait! "Wu shi! Wu shi!" Fifty!
I turned back towards him. "San shi wu ma?" I asked. Thirty-five? ...