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... band but there will need to be a refocus to get back to the quality of the Dalian gig. There is no concert tomorrow (Saturday) so we have 48 hours to get battle ready again. We have our first train experience tomorrow. We have heard that they can be quite an 'experience' so I guess we'll just have to wait and see. Thinking in might be tough to stream the Rugby but we'll give it a good nudge. Having a fabulous time. Thanks for reading ...
... in McDonald's and they said they need to keep a "tab" on me. We wait for them an hour at a time for the bus, so they can wait 10 minutes for fries. :) It has been a battle at times spreading our wings. The Chinese rightfully so very responsible for our safety, but are very overprotective, especially of children. Even though they do not use the phrase, "I love you," they show their love ...
... told to get off the bus after about 45 minutes to catch the bus on to our main attraction - the Great Wall of China. Naively assuming the Chinese culture of politeness and helpfulness that had followed us so far would continue, we soon realised that we had been lured off the bus by a minivan driver, intent on driving us the remainder of our journey for an exorbitant fee. After some refusal through gritted smiles, we made our way to the ...
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... is: Two students welcome us formally in Chinese and English, a Chinese student gives a welcome speech, an American student gives a welcome speech, a Chinese teacher or principal give a speech, and an American representative ( which happens to be me each time).
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