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... of the Trade Centre Tower, which sadly was closed to the national holiday.
We then made our way to the Italian Quarter to meet one of our colleagues, John for lunch in an overpriced food and beer.
We made our way to the Tianjin Eye; just like the London eye, but decided the queues were too long and decided to go back to the hostel for a barbacue on the roof.
The next day we tried the Eye again and although the queue ...
... on the distance it would travel on one charge of its battery. So I had charged it up and set off, continuing in a pretty boring sort of manner at 21 km/h for the 11 revolutions.
I wonder how many people wondered about the foreigner going past every 3 minutes or so …
(I have taken the pictures over the last 3 years. Consequently all four seasons could be represented, not just summer as it is ...
... day of more paperwork
tomorrow and then the three hour drive back to Beijing. Jaden fell
asleep with no issues at all. He loves having a bottle and you just have
to lay him down and he sucks his thumb and is out like a light. Loving
this little man to bits already. We will try and send some pictures
later but for now its off to bed.
Thanks for all your prayers and support. Today was an awesome day. One I will never forget.
... were going to get 3 caddies at the start but I think a couple were just helping our one get the bags onto the trundler.
They have 27 holes at the course; A section, B & C. The C part is more difficult and holds the only par 6 (never seen that before!) hole. It is consequently less popular so that was the first 9 we played. Our second 9 was the B section I think … Although G had had to wait quite a bit for other slower golfers last ...
... there being very few people on and loads of empty pods we had to share a pod with two separate Chinese couples. One looked like a business man ( with a wedding ring) out with his Floosie and she was posing for pictures all the time and fell against the door at one stage.
We then walked down the Embankment to see the huge old stone ship moored in the River.
We then caught a taxi to the Old Cultural Street which us a revamped area ...