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... have spoken a lot since being picked up together that first morning which was when she apologised for the gap in her teeth. Shortly after the insight into her reputation as a natter box she told me that while eating breakfast that morning her false tooth had come loose and she had swallowed it and although she had trawled the streets looking for a Chinese dentist she had been unable to replace it. Well this morning right ...
... Chinese holiday event and pro gramme manages, Kim and i will certainly make their china part an unforgettable holiday.
At the weekend me and Kim are going on a trip to the great wall of china. Its been my childhood dream to see and go on the wall so it should be mega. Plenty of pictures will be taken for you guys to see. I will try get some pictures up on here and face book of other weird and wonder full sights.
Lots of love Kim and Ben.xxxxxx
... through the mountains that surround Beijing which was beautiful. Apparently on a clear day you can see the Great Wall from the train but unfortunately the day wasn't very clear at all with China's famous smog hampering the view.
As we pulled into Beijing Station we slowly got off the train and said a tearful goodbye as this has been the last train trip on our journey and made our way through the rush of people to the metro to get to our hotel.
... and we went to a Lakeside park near where we were staying because it had several restaurants and it was beautifully lit. I didn't really like the meal because the dish I choose was very spicy and the french fries weren't very good. After dinner we walked around the lake and I bought some dough balls that I thought might be sweet, but it turned out that they were octopus. It was still good.
... around you might notice that the galleries are actually manned by the monks.
As temples go, it’s a large complex with nice typical Chinese style architecture. The many halls have sparse English that’s mostly religiously technical (i.e here is a Boddhisatva enshrined in 1789, etc), but you can get the idea behind the different halls as you wander through them. The highlight is a huge Buddha carved from the trunk of a single tree ...
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