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... and various animals, real and mythical.
The afternoon concluded with a drive back to Beijing, which went well at first along a freeway. Traffic was much heavier in town but once again the driver found a good way to get us back to the hotel ahead of schedule.
Our evening was supposed to include visiting a martial arts demonstration ...
... br> The Great wall is in a beautiful area, surrounded with mountains … when you get up there all you really do is walk along it…. Its not that easy though… its pretty steep…
We had three rolls, Robbie: The enthusiast, up and down hills, keen to keep walking, etc etc. Me: Pretty unphased, will keep going.. would rather sit in the sun and watch the world go by
Alexi: hates walking, so hilarious. So much anger.
... or the National Aquatic Center. This building sort of looks like blue bubble-wrap, so I felt really tempted to try to pop it! We got to watch the building as it was lighting up, which was quite a sight because every light comes on individually.
For dinner we ate at Pizza Hut here in China, which is really fancy and expensive. They have many foods that Pizza Hut doesn't have at home, like noodles and wine. We got pepperoni pizza :)
... all the history of it all, ha, proper geeky but I loved it, this place has so much culture!!!! Anyway I spent all afternoon there, mouth open taking lots of photos the. Had to rush off for the train, which I'm on now, writing this :) Any little gripe that I've had so far (not that there has been many) have been totally worth it for this weekend, I will actually remember this forever!!! Going to be very tried tomorrow though hehe, ah well, not fussed, on top of the world :D peeeeace ...
... the full year, as I have all Chinese classes this semester and major-related classes next semester. My goal this semester is to start reading Chinese newspapers in English, and next semester see if I can read the Chinese papers in Chinese. Plus, being away for a year will be quite the experience...I am still not sure if it has hit me how long I will be away from home! Needless to say, I am learning much more than just the Chinese language.