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... apparently much better with a rifle than a pistol. Then we went to a western style bar where I had a DPRK cocktail - a break from all the beer! For dinner we had a Korean style BBQ where you cook your own meat on a hot plate in the middle of the table, and then we moved on to watch the highlights of our trip as filmed by our very own cameraman. We had been told at the beginning that we would be able to buy the DVD, but that it would be €40, and from ...
... upload, so once again I have to apologize and promise them at a later date. I head to the Great Wall for a week starting tomorrow morning, which is the last leg of my trip :(. There's supposed to be wifi where I'm staying but I don't know how fast. Basically, worst case scenario I may have to do some serious photo catch-up once I get home. If it comes down to choosing between enjoying every last minute of my few remaining days in China and ...
... in this crown of a shopping plaza. Hungry and underdressed, we were welcomed into the warm blue ambiance of the restaurant and escorted to the formal waiting area where we indulged in icomplimentary wine and watched the chefs in a modern, open wood fire kitchen roasting succulent duck after duck. They had this process literally down to a delicious science - pull out the duck from the open flames, pour out the juices, rest for a few minutes, snap off the ...
... the bird nest and the building where the swimming events took place is called the cube. While we were taking pictures, a few women wanted to take pictures with Lindsey (of course). So, I snagged a few photos of them as well. I think Lindsey scared the children though. They were very uninterested in taking photos with her.
After the Olympic stadiums, we headed to the Lama Temple. Ellen told us it has roughly 1000 Buddha statues throughout the grounds of ...
... hutong. I think hutong means pokey little back streets in Chinese. After exploring the area we had another great dinner on the rooftop of a restaurant with Jason and our new Danish and Aussie friends.
The next day we planned some of our trip and researched hotels in all of the areas we will be visiting. This was also the last evening we would be seeing the Danish girls so of course we went to the night market and ate scorpions and silk ...
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