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... of the Great Wall is that part of the wall is in it natural state and other sections restored to its original glory and there is absolutely no crowd.
The local ladies pointed out the track down, but there was a steep hill in front with a tower promising great views. This posed the greatest challenge as it was quite steep, there was a pipe that one could pull oneself up on if needed and indeed the views from the top were magnificent. ...
He never reappeared which makes all the effort he went to with his costume even more puzzling.
Still if he ever decides he’d like to visit Staffordshire he’d definitely brighten up the dismal Hanley winter. Given how surreal and absurd my life is on occasion I wouldn’t be surprised at all to run into him in the Potteries Shopping Centre one Saturday.
... which are straight out useless when navigating in China.
During break, I randomly wrapped my red scarf around my head. I was just feeling to go for a Little Red Riding Hood. When I tapped on Olivia to see how hard the characters were, she started laughing. Then when we resumed class, my professor busted out laughing.
After class, I went to get a wrap outside my dorm. Then I chilled in my room. ...
... philosophy it represents the universe. The rounded back symbolizes the heavens and the underbelly the earth.
Friday evening we ventured to an area called Houhai and walked along the lakeside until we heard music. We went to see what it was about and discovered that there were people playing instruments and singing, but more interestingly there seemed to be some sort of fast-walking competition game. A lot of people were just walking as fast as they could ...