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... we'd treated ourselves to, with all this food and drink, the bill was only £7 each. (See photo). The table next to us had a very entertaining hour watching us struggle with chop sticks, but we both agreed that we were much improved from the previous evening! A quick night time walk before we realised we really were exhausted and wanted to document our day before tomorrow morning's Great Wall tour. Eventually, time for ...
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if every cat in China was being strangled when the first call went up.
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whatsoever wrong in ...
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... level classes. Although there was much of it we didn't understand, our rebuttals proved worthy and we won debate. Granted, we did have the easier topic, but it was encouraging to see we could operate in such a setting.
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I think yesterday was my favourite day of the trip so far because we went to see the awesomeness of The Forbidden City and Tian'men Square. We overslept and missed our free breakfast which was a bit unfortunate but then we got on our way, got on the subway and in 30 minutes we were there! It was mid day, 38 degree's, the sun was blazing down, we were dripping with sweat and there were crowds of tourists everywhere. My first ...