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... of a huge building site at the roadside. Very odd. We left the bus and joined thousands of tourists on the Wall. We reached the 4th tower by using the pulley slide, a train of 'cars' pulled up a kind of very slow and staid roller coaster track. It got us past the first steep climb and onto the Wall proper. Photos of the area don't do it justice. It's fantastic. As a piece of engineering, it's breathtaking. (Imagine building a terrace of houses ...
... picture which had to be a weird size, cash to pay and proof of flights in and out the country. With our wad of paperwork we entered an office to fill it all out, on the internet it states that it takes 3-4 working days for the visa to be processed, which we left just enough time for as our visa for China ran out together with our flight to India being in 5days taking us to 10th Aug! As we filled out our paperwork a woman said they will have our documents sent to us, I stopped ...
... the cloud of smoke, much like around a campfire, it seems to follow you no matter which direction you swerve. Carrying a baby, it really gets my goat. So that's my smoking rant. Now for my plastics rant.
I try to avoid the use of plastic at home. It's something I feel quite passionately about. And I feel that Australians are often wasteful with plastic and use it an unnecessary excess. China takes that excess to a whole new level. EVERYTHING comes ...
... t hear the English translation. We had to wait to ask a flight attendant before learning that we would be sitting there for another hour due to traffic congestion.
Ironically, RC was leaving that evening for Chengdu, and although his flight was scheduled to leave Shanghai about a couple hours after ours, he actually left before us. (CM said, “Another case of the Chinese queuing logic?”) When we finally left and arrived in ...
... an enhanced version of “truth or adventure”, their version of truth or dare. Luckily I never was chosen to do it though.
I had to leave this bedlam slightly early because I told another Chinese friend, also a language partner of an American friend, I would come to a singing competition at our school. Unfortunately, I arrived late, so while coming to meet me at the front gate my Chinese friend tells me because of this lateness, I will ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
The hotel was great and the staff were all delightful. However, as a English speaking person I found it very hard to communicate with the staff. The facilities were great the swimming pool and gym is luxurious. The rooms were cleaned spotless daily upon our return and stocks were always refilled. I would reccommend this accomodation however it is inconvient as there are not much stores around the hotel. Not even a supermarket which was disappointing.
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