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... has been well restored, and safe to walk along. K had a little moan that the steep steps didn't have rails to hold onto, and yes many sections of the wall were rather steep in places. However, with a little encouragement on the extra steep bits, we walked from tower 14 to tower 20 and back again. K's reward, well you guessed it, a tee-shirt that says ' I have walked the Great Wall of China' which M negotiated down from £18 to £3.
... were able to get on the bus, it was actually quite entertaining just realizing how many people can be on the bus. For many of us, including me, we just balanced on each other if we couldn't hold find a pole to hold on to. Since we were descending from a mountain, there were times where many of us just fell on each other. In a way though, it was a weird flow of leaning on each other maintaining balance for awhile, leaning the other way until we arrived at the subway ...
... about me and gave me his number to call. I didn't have my number earlier to give to her though, so she couldn't have given him my number. Gloria, the girl who met me at the airport terminal, called and texted to check on me. She is so busy with the summer camps, but she is so nice and wants to make sure I'm ok.
I feel pretty relaxed right now, sipping my first cup of hot tea since I arrived. That is quite an accomplishment. In order ...
... essay on my aspirations, and take some medical tests. The medical tests were, again, thorough and invasive, as I had a chest x-ray, an ECG, multiple blood tests and a general physical which included tests of my colour sense, manic psychosis, and everything else that you could imagine. It was exhausting just to type that, and so much more so to live it! The whole process was worth it, though, when I found out that the Beijing Language ...
Celebrating in Beijing
While the rest of China was buying pork, putting up decorations and closing up shop, I was still attending class. The Wednesday before Spring Festival was probably the most relevant day. During lunch, my coworkers asked me about the difference between Spring Festival and Christmas. They were particularly interested in how gift giving worked and how long the holiday lasted. After lunch we walked back to the office, stopping ...