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... them kung fu until they were old enough to get jobs at 18. They put on a show for us which was really cool. They were incredibly strong and flexible and did some amazing flips etc as well as routines with swords and pikes. Master also performed - despite not looking like a huge guy he was incredibly strong, just unbelievably so. After the performance we attempted to learn one of the routines... Let's just say that we slowly got better! We then were given various ...
... again! For example, we travelled to the Beijing Zoo, we had to take 3 subways which took us around 30 minutes all for just 20p. The makes a massive difference compared to home where from one bus stop to another costs 1.20 gbp alone!
So the subway is cheap and you can stay underground for as long as needed for 20p......making it an ideal spot for the beggers! They patrol the carriages on the subways literally in your face for ...
... It was about another hours drive. Once we parked there we had a fair climb to the cable car entrance - you can climb up to the wall but as Anne said - its only the young who do that! The cable car was steep and even with the smog it was so thrilling to catch my first glimpse of the famous wall.
Once we got off the cable car we spent probably about an hour wandering along the wall - it's far from flat and his some really steep steps and ...
... Xia, akin to James Hilton's view of paradise known as Shangri-La, than anything I have yet seen here. The Longqing Valley Scenic Area is located north of Yanqing County, about 85 kilometers from the center of Beijing. Opened in 1987, it now receives about 800,000 tourists annually. The scenic spot stretches for seven kilometers, with the water surface 30 to 50 meters in width. ...
... in, and sat down. This was definitely a locals-only kind of place… well-worn tables, beat-up stools, and loads of staring locals. Haha. The hostess/server dropped the menu, and it was *entirely* in Chinese. "Well, that dude's noodles look pretty good…", we thought. "And that guy just got something tasty-looking served on rice." So we pointed at each, self-served ourselves some beer from the fridge, and sat to wait.
The noodles were fat ...
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