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The World park was so much fun. The girls and I decided to get dressed up and perhaps in retrospect it was not such a good idea. The photo ops were out of this world. By the end of the day, Mia was just frowning in all of the pictures and I felt like a stage Mom. "Just smile honey for these complete strangers". Oh my.
It was a long day considering the park was all ...
... open it, and then I heard her say Oh! . . . . . She thought that, because our bathroom door was closed, there were people inside our bathroom. I think she was still half asleep. Today was even more exciting than yesterday was. We started our journey at the Temple of Heaven, a beautiful park. We watched large groups of people being taught different styles of dancing by a couple of instructors, as well as a few choral groups practicing together. We noticed that ...
... We were checking out meals at one outlet and the young man serving came out to try and convince us to eat there. As he couldn't speak English and we couldn't speak Chinese, he ended up getting one of his customers to come and tell us what each dish was. He was so happy we chose to eat there that he took our photo, so we had to take his, and the food was great. He kept looking over and smiling and waving – delightful. Back at the hotel, we caught the news and found ...
... would normally expect but then carried on to 8 balls! The hand-eye co-ordination of this man is unquestionably sound.
There was a lady that was also unquestionably double-jointed in what seemed every joint in her body. Her first acts was simply (compared to the next act but not to mere normal people!) getting into insane positions, with legs wrapped around an ear, feet in another place, arms in another. She then balanced 6 glasses on a foot and twirled around ...
... some free time amid all the frenetic activity we'd taken part in since arriving in China.
Therefore, we got off the bus and Robert hailed a taxi for us, which took us back to the hotel for about 3.00pm; the rest of the party weren't due back until about 5.30pm and dinner was at 6.30pm, so it would give us a good few hours to rest and get ready.
Back at the Dong Fang hotel we went into the off-licence and ...