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The Dragon Trip have just moved on to Shanghai without me and so, it seems, my trip appears to be finally coming to an end. I really enjoyed the Dragon Trip and actually feel a bit deflated now that everybody has left - they were a really nice group of people who I will definitely miss. It has been another fantastic few days since my last email. We first went to Shaolin, the home of kung-fu. Here we went to an orphanage where a master took in young orphaned boys ...
The driver tonight is mental. Probably the worst that we have had so far. Must be an agency driver for the weekend. At present real time is 5 hours ahead.So its 2 in the afternoon. But as the train is running on Moscow time its 9 in the morning. Meaning that its 6 in the morning back home in Scotland. Its Saturday today so 2 more nights to go. The next bit will be interesting as we are ...
... restored, so a lot of it is still in its original state.
We were very lucky today with the weather as it was perfectly clear which meant we had some great views and could take some good photos. We walked along the wall for about 3 hours and it was a great experience. Ours was the only group up there and there were only 15 of us, so we pretty much had that section of the wall ...
... There were moments when I forgot whether I was judging a speech competition or receiving life coaching! The final winner, however, was a girl who spoke incredibly passionately about her dream for political reform in China - for better safety standards, better environmental quality, better care for the poor and the disabled and an end to corruption. All of there judging panel were so moved by her speech that, although her language and pronunciation were not the most ...
... 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. ...