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... You also have to go through immigration, and then show it all again at another immigration?? It's so bizarre. As I mentioned before, the "free" internet is tied to your passport and flight number so that exactly who you are and where you're going can be tracked. Creepy. I'd prefer to be tracked without knowing it.
And with that, my trip is over. Thank you all for reading and I hope it gave you some enjoyment. Until next time folks! Happy Mutton to you all! ...
After an amazing 10 hours sleep in a very comfy bed, we awoke to glorious sunshine and another 28°C! Breakfast consisted of bacon, egg and beans on toast after which Lou and I set off on a wee wander. We found a 7 eleven (very Chinese!!) and got some miniature bottles of Jacobs Creek Sparkling Rose for our final night celebration and some essential water provisions. We returned to the hotel to get ready for our day in Beijing to discover Jo had received some sad news from home. ...
... We slept well that night believe me. We woke up late the next morning and we could hardly move our legs! Worst calf soreness ever and Lowra suffering with Achilles tendinitis which hopefully sorts itself out soon. I would of been happy chilling around the guest house as I could hardly walk but tendinitis or not there was a famous fake goods market to visit and we weren't disappointed. Good job I had control of the money...Lowra would of spent our ...
... the language barrier was quite an issue for us. Luckily we were saved yet
again from very kind people waiting in line behind us, who translated and
walked us through getting our tickets. Heading back to the hostel, we stopped
in a grocery store, where we discovered strawberry Oreos (jury is still out on
that one) as well as some rather interesting crisps and other goodies for our 17-hour
train journey. We had been warned that food on these trains is very ...
... the city to Mutianyu which is a small town based near to a well preserved section of The Great Wall of China. Unfortunately we could not go to Simatai the most picturesque part with steep climbs due to some restoration work which has been taking place for the past three years. However once on the wall you don't really mind which area you are because you start to realise the immense scale of this incredible man made fortification. And you begin to revel ...