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... steep ones, narrow ones, wide ones and ones just as tall as our knees, that we would have to physically use our hands to climb up. It may have been a struggle for some of us, but it was so worth it once we got to the top and seen the most amazing view, only to realise we then had to climb back down again. We all took many photos so we can now say we have officially been to the Great Wall of China.
... in Wudaokou. My phone was loading the map so slow. It took me over twenty minutes. I quickly realized the time and ran off to meet Mike.
Mike and I walked to the bank across the street for me to exchange currency. The guy gave us a ticket. Turned out that there were seven people ahead of us. Mike said, "There should be a priority line for foreigners." I giggled. When it was our turned, the woman asked for my passport. I panicked because I did not bring ...
... map who could help us. So we walked on. After about an hour of walking we found our hostel. A couple of drunk Europeans trying to buy beer even though the keg was empty welcomed us and a Chinese worker who seemed to be finding it difficult to keep his eyes open. It was 2:30am by then. I was loosing a lot of patience.
The room was pretty el-average. But it was warm, so I was happy.
Robbie got up early the next morning and organised the ...
Hi – It’s Leah &
I can’t believe it’s only our 4th day and we’ve
done so much. The weather was really bad the first day but it brightened up for
the Great Wall. The view from the wall was absolutely stunning and the climbing
was exhausting but we were really proud of how far we climbed. The jade factory
was really beautiful and the carvings were so intricate and detailed. We also
... I was approached by a group of Chinese guys who wanted to make conversation. I'd already been told about how friendly the people are and how they'll just approach you in the street, but it still felt pretty random. We ended up going for tea and food, and I spent several hours with them having decent conversation before making my excuses to leave.The bill wasn't China cheap though, so there's a lesson in there somewhere. There is a tea room ...