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... guide Wyman, again many locals and tourists were captivated by their performance. The security guards were less impressed but thankfully Ting and TS were on hand to alleviate their concerns. I have to say the boys have kept up well with the intense schedule with no complaints, they just get on with it. Our final activity was a boat trip on the river to observe the skyline up close and as luck would have it see a firework display for the start of ...
... not city dwellers and it didn’t occur to us to only buy what you could actually carry. We are proper consumers and go on weekly trips of filling shopping carts, loading all the stuff we just bought into the back of a SUV and carting it all home. It never occurred to us as we filled up a shopping cart, “How are we getting this home?” We walked all the way back to where we started and stood out at the Taxi stand for about ten ...
... kill me. The next day was the terracotta warriors. It was a cool to see the warriors after 2000 years. The only problem with any tourist attraction is the Chinese tourists that visit them. They take million of photos, half of you, half of themselves and 1 of the object they are looking at. They all follow the dreaded flag that the tour guide holds like it is the Olympic torch, if they loose sight of the flag massive panic sets in and pretty much run round in circles ...
... has converted me, as the tea I chose was delicious! This was very lucky as it was also the most expensive tea I have ever drunk!!! I chose the jasmine tea (£6!!), but it was not just any old jasmine tea! The waiter brought a glass tea pot to the table which had a small brown thing, which looked like a seed in it. Suddenly the 'seed' burst - it wasn't a seed but a bud and the most beautiful flower emerged from it and floated in the pot - this was the ...
So, before I left I asked the CIEE people what we were going to be doing during the week, so that on my first two free days I didnt go to something we would be doing in the orientation. They failed to get back to me. So, as you can see in my previous blog I went to Yu Yuan temple and now you can see that I also went there on Tuesday. This was ok with me because I thought this place was really cool any ways.