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... mind ****** as I was.
I think you can even find the links to the full movie on Youtube. If anyone wants to watch it come find me sometime, I'd be willing to watch it with you and explain any parts where the subtitles don't do justice.
The other movie I just got done watching a few minutes ago was The Joy Luck Club. It's actually an American movie based off the famous novel by Amy Tan. I just ordered a copy to be shipped to my house, I know what ...
... given the opportunity to buy it. I guessed it would stop us buying more beer. Th food was quite nice but nothing has been as good as our last trio yet. It has been a very long day and still to go to the King Fu show. It was well worth it. They were amazing. Professional dances as well as incredible martial arts display presented as a story. We were back at the holt around 9.30. Quick shower and straight to bed exhausted. Another big day ...
... We also quickly made some new friends who we walked with: a guy from Holland, a girl from Singapore and another girl from England.
After our time on the wall we were taken to a local restaurant for a buffet lunch that was actually quite good. We're both still terrible with chopsticks though. We then had the long drive to Beijing but it passed quite quickly as we were tired ...
... He was not best pleased - ooppsie!
After the camp finished, we had a day and a half of sightseeing and fun, before it was time to leave Beijing and head to the next camp in Shijiazhuang. On the afternoon after camp finished, we headed to the Summer Palace, the most beautiful series of palaces and pagodas around a giant lake and the following day we went to the Forbidden City, another amazing home of the emperors. The scale of these buildings was just incredible ...
... of winter the city would be. The day still young, we headed over to the 2008 Olympic site. The Chinese government spent something in the ball park of $42 billion on the Beijing Olympics and you could see why, with a train line built specifically with stops in the Olympic Park as an example of their deep pockets. This site is famous for having the most Olympic sporting venues in one place. Including Birds Nest stadium, the swimming arena, tennis, you name it. ...