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... what we presume a rather large litter (by the size of her teets) triggered a few interesting questions from our 9 year old boy. I hope he remembers the GREAT WALL of China.
On the way back we had the driver drop us off at a silk market and then found our way home on an incredibly crowded subway.
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... tick for the bucket list! Each piece of brick had to be excavated and carried up the mountains and laid by hand. The soldiers worked in shifts , living, eating and sleeping on the wall and when enemies came, they sent signals to the barracks below for reinforcements. No mobile phones then! The holes that they laid their weapons in to protect themselves were engineered to a millimetre at precise distances apart for maximum effect. The wall is or was 6000km long and ...
... couple. When I asked what the dish I was served, the Chinese woman said, "It is the one in the middle." She was referring to the dish displayed on the wall.
"You speak English?" Olivia asked.
The woman responded, "I speak a little bit of English." She revealed that she attended Beijing Sport University.
When I first tasted my dish, the onion was so strong. Despite the strong taste, I loved it.
So, imagine the following: A random blonde chick, tired and sweaty from a long day, her hair frizzy and all over the place from the humidity, standing up at the end of a traditional chinese zither performance to sing German opera.
I can say for certain that was one of the more bizarre experiences I've had so far.
It wasn't even like half the audience had left when this occurred. Everything happened so quickly that one moment I was sitting on ...
... other guy from our hostel was also coming with us to the wall, his name was Thomas and he was from Austria. He had just finished a tour through India and Nepal, so he had plenty of funny stories for us on the hour and a half journey up to the wall.
We made a stop at another hostel, where we met our tour guide, Tony. He was pretty funny, he sounded Australian with his accent and talked SUPER FAST. I tried to absorb as much history from him in 5 minutes as I could. From what ...