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... the park was packed with local people playing sports, singing, dancing to music, and playing instruments. It is nice that these tourist spots are also maintained as parks that can be used by the locals!
In the afternoon we took a two-hour flight from Beijing to Wuhan, where Jin's father and cousin picked us up and drove us to Jingmen. Jin and I will be in Jingmen with her family until Thurs, Jun 26. I will do my next post around then!
... and then I saw the same style of boots I had tried on in the last stall! The shopkeeper gave me some ridiculous price as usual, It was at least 160 RMB but probably higher. Fangfang told me the other shopkeeper was giving a price of 60 RMB ($10 CAD) as I was running away, and I should be able to get them for 40 RMB (~$7 CAD). Luckily for us, most of these shopkeepers can't speak English so Fangfang and I can speak freely without worrying what the shopkeeper ...
... my questions were promptly answered, and the process for applying for the internship program was clearly explained.Prior to coming to China I did not speak any Chinese at all, and naturally this makes life a little bit difficult, ...
... through this pass so they built a fortified entrance in the valley surrounded by military installations. A brick wall was built to extend up the mountain crests in either direction.
We arrived in time to see a film crew and group of actors dressed as boat-draggers preparing to climb the wall to shoot a film of some kind.
Building of earthen fortifications goes back to ancient times but this portion of the wall is only around 600 years old. It's built along the crests ...
... there. Found a mall and retail therapy is the best cure for tanties. Even a supermarket has the power to cure when you find bargains like this. Fruit, Skittles, juice, cashew nuts and a single piece of sushi (it was cute) all for $6.50. Cant even get cashews for that price in NZ! So we were happy little campers and ate our lunch on the train instead of the wall.
Train to Badaling took just over an hour. We emerged in a stinky little train station ...