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Thwarted at my first attempt I set out early in the rain to beat the crowds. We'll, was crowded, but not super super crowded. It gets so jammed with tourists their thinking of changing pricing to encourage people to come at off peak times. Actually, this is a good point to talk about Chinese tourists. At all the touristy places, there's tonnes of Chinese tourists, and generally Chinese tourists in china travel ...
... most of them are chinese these days, but you arn't allowed in throne rooms which considereing what we saw is a good thing to protect things. That old saying look with your eyes not your hands. so everyone is barging and fighting to get that picture then leave, they even took pictures of the information boards as if to read later no one seemed to be taking there time it seemed to be ...
... Wang Laoshi said that I should take intensive intermediate. I straight up refused because I had no desire of dying in it. Wang Laoshi said, "You would learn more Chinese." I had to explain to her that I was already busy with other things. Plus, it would be stupid for me to put in so much work for intensive intermediate when it does not really count for anything at Regis. I really need my other classes to complete my degree.
I walked back to the dorm with Sunny, ...
We departed Xinxiang on a 6am train bound for Beijing and arrived at our hotel around 1pm. Checked in and went right to SunLiTun area for shopping and food! Lots of western shops there as many embassies are nearby - including the one Selena's friend Yali worked ...
... a couple of naps). There was also a finnish guy in the group who, ironically, did not finish talking the whole way there. Geddit?
Eventually after a long journey we got our first glimpse of the wall on top of the mountains and it looked unreal! We were both fascinated and shocked to be witnessing such an amazing structure and excited to set foot on one of the great wonders of the world. After a very brief history lesson on the wall from our ...