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... this is the part of the trip I was the keenest to do. It did not disappoint. A short ski lift to the top and we were there, the views were breathtaking. The wall itself an incredible feat of accomplishment. The boys performed a haka at the top for our guide, with many onlookers. It would be selling them short to say the boys are being good on this trip, they are being outstanding a true testament to their parents and the college. Walking ...
... A stewardess reassures us that the pilot has been changed but gives no further detail as to the reason as all of the rest of the crew has remained the same. Back aboard and extremely anxious we are keenly watching for signs that it is a new pilot, fortunately none of the prior issues arise and we land safe and sound.
I hop the last airport bus of the night expecting a quick ride into ...
... the struggle of Chinese people in more recent times. I will not comment on that at this moment.
One of the most interesting things to note is entry to both of these places was free. And it's not because I'm a student or a foreigner either, anyone can get free entry with showing their ID. Obviously both of these places have a lot of support from the state simply because they want Chinese ...
... this purpose. Similarly, at the northern gate, there was a pagoda where the emperor selected his concubines, through a curtain so designed in order that he could see them, but they could not see him. Sam, Lily Rose, Minnie & Harry's celebrity status was truly confirmed amongst the Chinese & Tibetan tourists, some of whom had never seen "golden" hair, as they put it. They went along with the demands of their new-found fame with ...
... br> onstage, we decided to show the kids our "Girlfriend" dance and
teach them "Single Ladies". This proved a little difficult, and we
ended up teaching them "Cupid Shuffle" instead. (And by "we", I
mean Polly and Wanyi, since I can't dance. I took over the role of
photographer.) We got some of the our more popular high school
friends to join in - Chao Zhen, Wei Long, and Xiao Lin - and even
got a fanclub hanging out of the window, watching ...