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... them kung-fu until they were old enough to get jobs at 18. They put on a show for us which was really cool. They were incredibly strong and flexible and did some amazing flips etc as well as routines with swords and pikes. Master also performed - despite not looking like a huge guy he was incredibly strong, just unbelievably so. After the performance we attempted to learn one of the routines... Let's just say that we slowly got better! We then were given various weapons - ...
... Mongolia and then start our final bit into China and to Beijing.
After IRKUTSK, the landscape changes. Less forests, more mountains and plains. The houses neater and cleaner and arranged in a grid fashion. More livestock, horses with their foals and a couple of 4X4s
So we pulled into the Station called Naushki. We had our passport scrutinised by a couple of Russian female shot putters. ...
... We also quickly made some new friends who we walked with: a guy from Holland, a girl from Singapore and another girl from England.
After our time on the wall we were taken to a local restaurant for a buffet lunch that was actually quite good. We're both still terrible with chopsticks though. We then had the long drive to Beijing but it passed quite quickly as we were tired ...
... it was impossible not to award her the prize on the grounds of her passion, ambition and the emotion she evoked I'm everyone in the room. A face of china's political future for certain!
Debating lessons also heated up, with the final competition of class 9 vs class 10 taking place on the final day, debating the motion 'School attendance should be voluntary'. But it was really the preliminary debates in class 10 lessons which developed to be most firey ...
... two week Olympic period in 2008, I'm sure it was bustling and super convenient for spectators and athletes but now it appeared to sit alone and desolate, in the north of the city, unused by athletes but crammed with tourists. Still an amazing site to see, so well designed, laid out and visually appealing. After a lot of walking, braving the icy conditions and filling up on historical delights, we headed home for a well needed rest and hot shower. Tomorrow we ...