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... brief rain storm while on the wall and had to take cover in one of the old watch towers but it added to the occasion and the storm clouds over the mountains made the view even more spectacular. Unfortunately the wet weather made the toboggan un-usable so we had to cable car back down which was pretty annoying as I'd looked forward to that slide the whole 3 hours we was on the wall. Another wonder of the world off the ...
... I think half an hour passed whilst we tried to escape his philosophical goodbye speeches and bone crunching hugs.Rach couldn't resist plaiting his beard before we left and I think he really liked it as he squeezed her tightly.
A short walk took us past a series of beautifully lit lakes and chilled out bars. Karaoke stations lined the streets and we couldn't resist having a go. Lei picked our first song choosing Avril Lavigne's, complicated, why oh why?!!? We ...
... scarf that I didn't really need a travel bag, camera case and a new camera memory chip.... blew the daily budget! Needless to say Ryan ushered me out of there pretty quick.
We decided on an early dinner, after miming the different types of animals to find out what meat it was we settled on a very tasty beef noodle soup, it was oozing with flavour sweet, spicey, coriander, fresh noodles and beef and washed it down with a Chinese beer all for about $8 ...
... complicated network of on and off ramps) back to Baguo station. None of the passing cabs wanted to take us (maybe they considered it too short a distance to be worth it?) and the cabs parked outside were asking 50 yuan (it only cost 10 yuan to get there using the meter) for the trip (at which point, Shannon laughed at their gaul as we walked away). Too irritated to bother trying to barter with the cabs, we walked...and what a hellish walk it was. With ...
... attacks and a minor underwear soiling (Dan) later we were dropped at our first hostel, 'The Beijing Downtown Backpackers Hostel’. What a great place! The walls are all decorated by graffiti and words from previous travellers, going back years. Our room is fine and what I would expect from a two or three star hotel, with the bonus of being very cheap!
We decided to combat jet lag by going straight out to see the local area, and wandered North and ...
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