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... where we had lunch provided by the local Uygur people & it was very tasty & plentiful. We walked around the village after lunch. Then we went to Bezeclik Caves, where ancient pictures of Buddha were painted on the walls & ceilings. Unfortunately, a lot have been damaged over the years, but a few can still be seen clearly. The evening was spent relaxing around the town & back at our hotel.
... to you. This morning we did the strictly not allowed and went to McDonalds for breakfast. We were wondering how we were going to convey to the server what I we wanted when the lovely lady pulled out a card written in English and we just had to point to the pictures. Sarah and I ordered the Asian pancake to try and stick to the Asian theme. It was a small but tasty pancake with a tiny strip of bacon and a spoon ...
... Today was our Terry Fox Run and combined sports day at our school. The pollution cleared up so much that I actually ended up with a sunburn! We could not have asked for a more perfect day... Turns out there were a lot of good staff members praying for it... Literally, and they have an in with the big guy so it worked out! Our school took fundraising for Terry Fox to a whole new level! We had ...
... But, I am quite used to stares, and have trained myself to dismiss them. It's strange, though, other than elderly people who use both canes and rollator-type mobility equipment, you really don't see anyone who is undergoing some treatment showing it in public. I personally think I've never seen a native Chinese person in a plaster cast, let alone a walking air cast. Maybe someone will work up the courage to ask me about it, though I ...
... and ornaments and of course then a chance to buy. We had lunch there as well then it was off to the Summer Palace, which was a retreat for emperors, the most famous being the Empress Dowager Cixi, also known as the Dragon Lady. The palace sits on a huge lake so at Paul's suggestion we took a paddle boat and spent a very relaxing hour pedalling our way around a portion of the lake enjoying the sights.