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... then that it was not an average school trip like you would think, there was another school there and the group was mainly boys, i don't exactly remember them being drop dead gorg but they must have been okay so we caused a bit of drama as i always do (drama is my pet, i lead it everywhere i go) so me and mum brought some chinese vodka for me and the girls to share and before you know if 3 drunk girls in a room found ...
... to find a good spot and let it go by. Being in it is so tiring. This is also a walled city, so I took along walk up there until I got too hot and the scenery got too repetitive. It's a nice city though. The parks are so well done here too. As much as I say China is better and happier, there is still gross horking and spitting and trash and babies with split pants doing their business on city sidewalks. There must be people here who can't stand that ...
Today was my day off, and as there was blue sky visible I decided to walk the city wall.
The wall was initially built during the old Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) and enlarged by Zhu Yuanzhang, the first Emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It's the most complete city wall that has survived in China, as well being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world.
The city ...
... lovers" and made to be given to your lover. How sweet ^_^
Tonight was the big night: KARAOKE! We performed "Boyfriend" by Justin Bieber! We were all pretty nervous but it turned out really fun for us and the audience. Some students from Bodi Highschool performed some English songs. Their English was impressive! One boy did really well singing Adele's "Rolling in the Deep".
... Museum, where we discovered that the ticket booth is no where near the entrance to the museum itself. Annoyingly, we walked back to near where we got dropped off by the bus to buy a ticket. Grrr. Again, Phil used his drivers licence as proof of student ID and I used my out of date student card. We saved £15. We had a cheeky subway, wich is just round the corner from the ticket office,then in we went!
We had been told by some guts we met at mix hostel to go to ...