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... though we spoke very frequently online at home. We hugged for ages, before we went back to my hotel room, and chatted for awhile. I gave her the things she had asked for, and a few silly presents of my own, which also made her laugh.
We had been trying for weeks to suss out a time to surprise Pia, as I had not told Pia that I was coming earlier. We finally told Pia that I had sent Margaux a present from me to give to her, and ...
... city. There were places where you could pick your own cherries. We could see the laden trees as we drove past. Pity we didn't have time to stop and get some.
The wall here is different to the last place. A lot more tourist stalls seriously overpriced. I wanted to buy a bottle of water . They wanted to charge me 25 yuan. I refused to pay that much and got it for 10. We pay one or two yuan back in Beijing.we took a chair lift up on to the wall first and ...
... duck being delicious and the spare ribs too. Both of them preferred the ribs to the duck (which always has a very funny smell in my humble opinion!). One of the waiters, the one who carved the duck had a very unusual head piece on which we deduced was to stop any potential dribbling on to the meat!! The other waiter must have thought that we were complete barbarians for drinking beer put of the bottle but he was just a little too slow in producing the beer glasses for us!
... along with blonde hair, is desirable amongst the nubile, affluent, Chinese female fraternity, much to Dan’s dismay and disgust, honestly, I’ve never had this many young attractive women eyeing me up, in fact it’s quite unsettling. However, cheerily, Dan has never had to endure so much ambivalence either and is blaming an outbreak of rampant lesbianism in the locale.
One other great moment was when we had to play the equivalent of Beijing Frogger, which ...
... shopping mall. Although Xiaolei and I could not get very close to either place, I got some good pictures and learned that the Bird's Nest seats close to 91,000 people! Apparently, the Birdsnest is very infrequently used and many Chinese people are upset by the amount of steel that went into its construction (it’s actually the largest steel structure ever created) (http://timsadventures.com/travel/trave l-in-china/my-first-night-in-beijing-vi ...
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