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... the wall. We had trekked for 2 hours without an end point, and only had about 2 more hours at most before we’d need to find a clearing for the night, and so we were feeling disappointed and unmotivated....when we heard voices echoing through the forest! We were so excited - we were like castaways on a lost island and started yelling “nihao!” “hello!!” “lay ho!!” ...
... was a slideshow with all the class pictures, and a few speeches, before a representative of each class took the certificates for the rest of the class. We also received our exam results, and I was overall really happy with the outcome of all the exams. This was the last opportunity to see many of my classmates, of those who hadn’t already gone home. I was really teary thinking about saying goodbye and the possibility of ...
... around 9:30 after being stuck in traffic for quite a long time. Upon arriving, I understood that we were among the lucky ones. The traffic would remain immobile for a long time.
Sao Mu refers to cleaning the gravestones. Family member would dust off and wipe clean the gravestones, decorate it with flowers, and then pay their respects in their own way. Some bow, some speak privately to their loved ones, some speak on behalf of ...
... with a seat, kind of abseiling up & down without any safety harness just feeding the rope through with a bloke at the bottom feeding the rope as well - not sure if you'll get the full effect from the photos but OMG!!!!! Mental!
2) Cars - it's the norm to just abandon them anywhere, park on pavements, in the cycle lane, not just up against the kerb in the cycle lane, but a taxi distance away from the kerb. Or how about on a busy crossroads on ...
... you take a drive to the northwest of Beijing to visit the Sacred Way of Ming Tombs, regarded as China's finest example of imperial tomb architecture. Here you will walk along the elegant Sacred Way that leads to the tombs. Beginning with a grand marble gateway more than 400 years old, thelong avenue is lined with 36 massive stone sculputres of officials, lions, elephants, camels and mythical beasts.
After lunch at a ...
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