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... a jog to warm up. She shouted something and turned back, gobsmacked. I bet nobody has ever run away from her before! We met up with the two Chinese guys and ended up doing the full walk with them. They were called Wong and Jimmy (his chosen English name). The sky was bright, just a layer of high level clouds. The landscape was very mountainous. Yet we couldn't see any white peaks, even though there were still patches of snow in sheltered corners. We saw the wall looming over us ...
... in nature and watching the stars, something I haven't seen since being in China. The Great Wall is definitely something that I would recommend anyone to see, even if it is the touristy site. If you can get a guide to go camping, even better but I cannot even begin to describe how amazing the beauty of this place is and just imagining how long it took to build and how people patrolled the walls is beyond my own understanding, but I supposed the Chinese knew what they were doing. ...
the phone and put the additional 200Yuan credit on it, which he did.
Pfiiieuuuuwww... this took me about 40min!!
Happy to have managed this I tried to send some messages. It seemed they
arrived fine, but when sending back on that number I didn’t get them. Money
down the drain if you ask me as I paid too much for the few sms I sent.
Anyways, I continued my journey and took the subway to the Tian’ anmen Square.
I saluted ...
... the same place I’d stayed at three years before with my Aunt Kathy and Uncle Howard and where my brothers and I stayed during their visit to China.
Over the years, I’ve gotten to know Bobby, the hostel owner. He was kind enough to drive my parents and me to the Great Wall and give us a tour of the city on Chinese New Year’s Eve. Then, he invited us to make dumplings and ...
... may be thrown off from the smoggy days Beijing had in January, the 2.5 PM readings were still well above 200. For Spring Festival CSI organized a trip to a hot springs, and CSI students spent a day relaxing at the springs. Our tickets included full access to the hot springs, slides, river rafting (think Water World wave pool in a circle), a back massage, and lunch and dinner, both at which I ate quite a few dumplings. There were more firework shows on the bus ...