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... to put seats up, tables up, belts on and put window blinds up. Eventually we were given a drink - for me it was orange juice and then a snack box containing, bizarrely, a bread roll, a small sachet of some sort of pickled cabbage and a piece of chiffon cake. I was hungry so it all went down & the cake was nice, but it was all rather basic. We were glad when the flight, our last internal one, was over and after a long walk to the baggage claim, our bags were amongst ...
... took a boat ride and the guy paddled the boat really fast. I have a picture to show.
We walk a lot and take the subway. There are many people in China and a lot of buildings.
We are going to Beijing to see the Great Wall of China tomorrow.
Super Sam and Matthew
... very big, the touristy portion consists of a beautiful lake about 5 times the size of Wascana Lake and the historic town on its east bank. Our hostel is about 4 km east of the lake, located in a pedestrian-only part of the historic town. Our accommodation is small and modest (no robes and slippers unless you count the pair of crocs left by the previous travellers) but it is nice to sit in the hostel's lounge and blog. This part of town is ...
... iced coffee perfect.
After lunch I decided to get some more exercise and do an abridged circuit, taking a causeway and checking out a few spots I missed yesterday.
It was adding up to another exhausting 20km walk in the heat. My backpack straps produced a rash, new boot inner soles produced blisters due to a poorly design and the fungus on my skin was having a field day in the ...
... are often seen with western soft drinks.
Strolling the lake was very relaxing, but I thought I'd step it up and see how far it is to go around the sizeable lake. As one walks alone you hear this automated message from behind emanating from a long golf cart taking passengers for a ride around the lake, I assume it said "Get out the way, lazy tourists who do not like walking come through" or something more polite. When I stepped up my pace, I contemplated recording ...